The Jinjin app is designed to consolidate multiple merchant rewards and membership programs into a single app. Notable partners already on board include Golden Phoenix Bakeries, Burger King and Pepper Lunch. The software is arriving first on Android, and should hit the iOS App Store “within days”.
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CEO Brian Magierski described the launch as a “unique milestone in the reinvention of the retail and dining experience for Chinese consumers and merchants.”
The company, which is dual-headquartered in Austin, Texas and Shanghai, China, first announced its Jinjin retail solution in China last month. Alongside its Marketplace app, Appconomy offers branded apps for larger brands looking to jump right into mobile with the help of the Jinjin platform.
The recent batch of funding brings the total investment in Appconomy to over $17.5 million. Backers include Qiming Ventures, True Ventures, and Neusoft Corporation.
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