Sprooki platform to launch in Indonesia

Shopper-engagement platform Sprooki will launch in Indonesia next month at the 125,000 sqm Supermal Karawaci retail precinct in western Jakarta.

It will be integrated with the precinct’s touchpoints and mobile apps, allowing retailers to offer customers individualised content such as vouchers, special offers, event alerts and store information.

Sprooki Michael Gethen and Claire Mula

Sprooki Michael Gethen and Claire Mula

Customers will be able to share content on social media including Facebook, which has more than 60 million users in Indonesia. Sprooki is available in both English and Bahasa languages.

Based in Singapore, Sprooki uses customer location, profile and behaviour data to help retail outlets, shopping malls and department stores engage with their customers via smartphones and other devices.

Supermal Karawaci is the largest shopping centre in Banten province, west of Jakarta, with more than 1000 stores, three cinemas and the largest Timezone arcade in Southeast Asia – complete with an indoor rollercoaster.

Sprooki CEO/co-founder Michael Gethen says the deployment will help Supermal Karawaci’s retail tenants improve sales and give the mall unprecedented insight into shopper habits and behaviour.


“By implementing the Sprooki platform, our mall will be one of the first shopping precincts in Indonesia to incorporate a data-driven mobile platform to improve shopper experience,” says Supermal Karawaci marketing and leasing GM Pipih Tjandra.

Sprooki’s mobile platform is already being used by Southeast Asian shopping malls such as a Lend Lease’s [email protected] in Singapore and Crescent Mall in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, as well as thousands of retailers and major brands such as Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf, Forever 21, Gap, GNC, Marks & Spencer and Pie Face.


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