If you company is looking to better communicate effectively with customers in Cambodia then Rakuten Viber offers an effective solution, Viber’s Head of Business Development for Southeast Asia, Anubhav Nayyar, told assembled Cambodian business leaders at Raintree on Wednesday night.
With more than 1 billion users worldwide, the app is clearly popular, but comes up against stiff competition for communications domination in Cambodia, where Facebook’s Messenger and Whatsapp, and Telegram, have proven popular.
He noted that Cambodia has three attractive attributes for Viber: high smartphone ownership, low mobile data prices, and fast data speeds, and with almost 2 million Viber users already in Cambodia, and some 3.4 million sticker pack downloads, Cambodian’s have already shown an interest in Viber’s communication tools.
Cambodian media giant Sabay has recently launched a Viber news community, and Mr. Nayyar noted the possibilities for the government to easily and effectively offer traffic updates and health information messaging across the country.
Mr. Nayyar was keen to stress Viber’s security merits, and its ability to offer full-service communications, including its effective chat bot abilities.
“Viber offers a safe and secure communication experience, which should appeal to any business looking to communicate with clients and staff. The future of business communication is now!”
With Cambodia’s crowded communication space, having 1 clear favourite would simplify communication, and help save important memory space on mobile phones, and Geeks in Cambodia will be closely following Viber’s push in Cambodia.
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