QueQ Got US$2.8 Million Launching New Innovations To Enter Overseas Market
QueQ (Thailand) recently announced that it received funding of US$2.8 million from True and Bon Angels Ventures Partner of South Korea, planning to expand overseas market in Taiwan, Malaysia and Japan.
The new funding round enables QueQ, a Thai tech startup developing solutions for large organizations to create new businesses solving pain points of time wasting such as a problem of queue up at banks. At present, QueQ has developed the system for several banks with the largest one is CIMB Thai Bank.
Rungsun Promprasith, QueQ CEO noted that QueQ products were created to solve a problem of time in all aspects. Innovation of QueQ allows everyone to spend time wisely and more worthily.
At the #QQDD 1 : QueQ Demo Day, the company has presented its Demo Product and partners such as Makub application to serve HR with features of timesheet via mobile and leave application, a highlight of Delivery market by QueQ Next Door Delivery, the punctual food delivery service at very cheap price.
At present, QueQ has worked with food shops in and outside department stores throughout Bangkok. More than 80% of those serviced by QueQ have used QueQ Restaurant Solution making users more convenient. Users can save time with the Auto Booking and take home easily with QueQ To Go.
Having partnered with Daywork, an online marketplace for part time jobs to match between temp worker and company based on their needs and location. In travel, QueQ works with Follovv application making the world travel with fun and creative. Follovv joins hands with Readme.me, the largest bloggers platform in Thailand where popular bloggers will create their content the first group here in this summer.
The most urgent which is a pain point that QueQ is attempting to solve is the queue waiting at the hospitals. The company has developed QueQ Hospital Solution to adjust a journey of patients from the first step they walk in to the hospital, examination, get the medicine, taking the least time by which the patients can assess their queues and make appointment by themselves through the QueQ app.