目前，这家位于金边的创业公司已经与当地公司建立了合作伙伴关系，包括连锁餐厅运营商Meas Group和医疗保健零售商Ucare Pharma。
Cambodian payments app Clik has raised US$2 million in seed funding from investors led by Limestone Technology and OpenWay. The round was also joined by angel investors from the country’s retail sector.
The money will be used to drive development for Clik’s beta version and to prepare it for commercial release. It’s slated for launch in Q2 2019, as soon as the startup receives a payment service provider license from the National Bank of Cambodia.
“We will be providing brick-and-mortar businesses with customer insight beyond what is available online, as well as tools to act on this insight to grow profits,” said Matthew Tippetts, Clik’s CEO and co-founder. “[This includes] analytics, loyalty programs, and micro-targeted messaging management.”
The Phnom Penh-based startup has already established partnerships with local companies, including restaurant chain operator Meas Group and healthcare retailer Ucare Pharma.