WebEngage, a full stack retention operating system, has announced its expansion into the Middle East and Africa after successful operations across Asia to address the increasing demand the company has witnessed in the region. The MarTech company has set up a dedicated local team for sales and customer success management in the UAE, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), Egypt, Kuwait and Qatar markets.
The company has been working, establishing relationships in the region for the past three years and now plans to actively invest in community building, education and training initiatives to build capabilities among customer teams in the Middle East. WebEngage’s regional portfolio includes enterprise and start-up segments such as eXtra Stores, Vezeeta, Btech, elmenus, Ajmal Perfumes, Jazeera Paints, Wego and MakeMyTrip, among others.
Avlesh Singh, Co-Founder and CEO, WebEngage, said: “The MEA region is a strategic focus for WebEngage and this announcement marks a key milestone of our journey here. With large volumes of customer data and aggressive growth over the last few years, clients are sitting on massive opportunities to engage, retain and monetise their customer bases even as they expand their acquisition efforts.
“Our customers love us for our success management and solutioning expertise and we felt it’s a great time with the pandemic almost behind us now to double down and bring our winning playbooks from travel and tourism, e-commerce, FinTech to clients in this region.”
eXtra, one of KSA’s fastest-growing retail brands, witnessed a 33% increase in purchases through cart abandonment campaigns that led to 21% increase in revenue. Shahin Riaz, Head of Product, eXtra, said: “The WebEngage Retention Operating System enables us to deliver localized content on the shopper’s preferred engagement channels and has cut down our communication cost significantly.”
Elmenus, an Egyptian food discovery platform, witnessed a 25% increase in the number of orders placed on the app with a 32% reduction in communication cost through multi-channel engagement.
Amir Allam, CEO, Elmenus, added: “Using WebEngage, we’ve been able to execute multi-channel journeys for a diverse set of use cases, across devices.”
WebEngage’s efforts in the region are led by Aswin Ravi as Director, MEA, WebEngage, based out of Dubai, UAE. An expert in identifying new streams for revenue and value creation, Ravi will oversee the company’s growth, advancement and collaboration initiatives in various segments across the region.
His deep expertise in abstracting client requirements into techno-functional solutions to deliver impact continues to play a key role in strengthening and driving WebEngage’s business activities.Click below to share this article