|▲ Jejecomms / CEO Kim Jun-kang|
A name card is a useful means of making more personal connections. However, with wide use of smart phones, name cards seem to have become white elephant. Thus born were smart name cards. Unlike paper name cards, smart name cards can add video, PDF and website link.
Established in April 2018, Jejecomms blew in a fresh air in the smart name card industry with SHIFT. The template is designed to express a variety of themes that can be customized to each different taste of holders. SHIFT also lets you to make phone calls, send emails and texts, use GPS, QR code and NFC, and manage personal connections according to each type of groups. When information is changed, you can update it so that the card alarms your connections about the change.
This paid business to business SHIFT service is ideal for marketing, bulletin, affiliates, career info, board members and many more. 54 businesses use this paid service at the moment including Yoondesign Group while big shots like Kumho Engineering and Construction, and Daelim Industrial are being in test.
Certificates, patent and language support
Jejecomms has obtained certificates of the Korea Industrial Technology Association, and Venture Enterprise, and a patent for a template. Currently, SHIFT supports Korean and English but Chinese and Japanese are soon to come.
Target for 15 million downloads
Kim Jun-kang, CEO of Jejecomms, targets for 15 million downloads of SHIFT in South Korea alone within 5 years. SHIFT is being in service at the moment in South Korea, Australia, Vietnam and the US and Kim is brewing a thought to widen global market when things are ready.
“The target this year is 300,000 downloads and I’m expecting 10 billion won sales within 3 years if things go as I planned. I’m also planning to run a scholarship foundation in an effort to do corporate social responsibility. Meanwhile, I and specialists at Jejecomms will keep brining better and more advanced services” says Kim.
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