Komerce Acquires Boostr, Enrich E-commerce Enabler Solutions
Boostr will be rebranded as Komplace, providing omnichannel services to support e-commerce businesses
Solution provider startup e-commerce enablers Komerce announced that it has completed its acquisition of startups omnichannel platform Boostr. This acquisition marks Komerce's seriousness in helping more MSMEs in the sector E-commerce with a comprehensive solution.
"We are very excited about this acquisition and the huge potential it has for Commerce and our users. The Boostr.id feature will support our commitment to a higher level. We hope to be able to explore new opportunities to empower businesses in the field of ecommerce," Commercial Co-Founder & CEO Nofi Bayu Darmawan.
According to him, with Booster, MSMEs will get access to superior features to be able to manage their stores effectively in various areas marketplace Some of them Update stock by real-time, management chat from various platforms centrally, automatic product promotion, scrap products and shops, and so on.
"Komerce invites users to take this opportunity and experience the benefits of using Boostr.id so that MSMEs can develop even better."
Bayu also ensures that the acquisition will not have a negative impact on Komerce users. "On the contrary, this acquisition will provide services and support that Komerce provides. Komerce continues to be committed to providing quality services and products to its users."
Later Komerce will do rebrand Boostr becomes Kompplace, completing solutions which has already been launched, namely Komtim: remote team provider for MSME operations e-commerce? Komship: logistics aggregator; Kompack: last-mile delivery fulfillment.
In addition, the company plans to get into the payment feature by providing virtual debit card specifically, CRM platforms (consumer relationship managementand form builder (checkout page). All of these features are expected to make the work of entrepreneurs easier online. The plan for these three features will be released towards the end of this year.
Since its 2019 release, Komerce claims to have achieved positive EBITDA with growth annual recurring revenue (ARR) by four times compared to the same period in the previous year.
Bayu also said that currently the company is raising funds for the pre-series A stage with an investor based in Silicon Valley. Previously, the company had succeeded in attracting the former founder of Bukalapak, Achmad Zaky, to invest through the Achmad Zaky Foundation (ZAF) with the Indigo Telkom Acceleraton Program in an initial round.