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September 24th, 2010 by ashley.ho under Commentary

JamiQ at Singtel Illuminate 2010

JamiQ booth at Singtel Illuminate 2010

I had a fascinating time meeting people at Singtel Illuminate 2010. As an intern from JamiQ, I was honoured to present at our JamiQ booth which was located at the SME Solutions section (yes, the girl in green in the photo above is me).

The event, held from 21 – 22 September was an eye opener for me as it was my first time interacting with many high-level professionals from different industries such as IT, education and health care.

A big thank you to all who spent precious time listening at our booth.

September 22nd, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Commentary

World’s Coolest Internship

poster.epsJamiQ is proud to be part of the “World’s Coolest Internship”. That’s right, Standard Chartered Bank is awarding $30,000 for a 6 month internship with the Breeze mobile banking team in Singapore.

JamiQ will be the official auditor for this competition weeding through all applications till we arrive with the Top 20. Furthermore, the winning intern will also receive training from JamiQ to learn about using our social media monitoring tool.

Interested? Find out more at the Breeze Blog!

September 20th, 2010 by ashley.ho under Commentary

iPhone apps that Singaporeans talk about on social media

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As seen in the chart, there are four apps that dominated four different categories: News, Travel, Weather and Reference.

In the news categories, many Singaporeans use The Straits Time app to tweet about the latest news. In the travel category, GoThere.sg app had a lot of positive buzz when they first had their application launch on 6th August 2010.

An interesting insight to note was that the Flood Alert app was promoted at a special price in conjunction to promote the Youth Olympic Games, or YOG. The Google Mobile app gained much attention when it was updated and had push notifications for Gmail and GoogleCalendar directly from the app.

September 15th, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Commentary

How to manage your brand online

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This article was a contributed piece exclusively for the Sept/Oct issue of Entrepreneurs’ Digest. This was done in conjunction with the launch of ReputationWatch in Singapore.

September 13th, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Corporate

JamiQ mentioned in The Business Times today

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Thanks to our wonderful client and friend at GetIT Comms, we’re mentioned in today’s Business Times. Brilliant article on social media monitoring.

September 9th, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Corporate

JamiQ featured in Lianhe Zaobao today!

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September 8th, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Corporate

JamiQ gets interviewed in Digital Life today

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While we appreciate the coverage, I need to point out that the paper made a mistake. Our product ReputationWatch was launched last Friday in partnership with SingTel. We’re not pitching it to VCs at the event as the caption to our lovely photo suggests.

But if any VC out there likes what we’ve got, we’re more than interested to talk.

September 6th, 2010 by Chan Chi-Loong under Corporate

The buzz around ReputationWatch

Firstly, a big thank you to the media who came down to the launch of JamiQ/SingTel’s ReputationWatch last Friday.

Here’s a quick roundup of the news stories and coverage generated by this launch:

  1. SingTel brings social media monitoring tool to SMBs, ZDNetAsia
  2. Social media reputation management solution for businesses launched in Singapore, MIS Asia
  3. Enhance your reputation with JamiQ, SMB World Asia
  4. JamiQ And Singtel Offers Reputation Management For SMEs, SG Entrepreneurs
  5. In Singapore, SingTel and JamiQ launch social media reputation solution for businesses, i-Com
  6. Managing reputations online, iN.SG

Here’s a story on Sunday Times (5th September) on JamiQ and social media:

September 3rd, 2010 by Benjamin Koe under Corporate

SingTel and JamiQ launch social media reputation management solution for businesses

ReputationWatch available exclusively on SingTel myBusiness Cloud Computing portal.
Singapore, 3 September 2010 – Asia’s leading Social Media Monitoring solutions provider, JamiQ, today announced the launch of a new social media reputation management solution on the SingTel myBusiness Cloud Computing portal.
ReputationWatch is an easy-to-use reputation management service designed for small and medium-sized businesses. It is built on JamiQ’s unique social media monitoring technology to allow businesses to track real-time online conversations about their brands in their local market.
Users will receive timely email alerts about highly localised and relevant conversations on social media platforms such as blogs, forums, social networks, microblogs, and even on news sites all over the world. Users will also have access to a comprehensive dashboard which provides a trending analysis of conversations, as well as a complete historical archive of past conversations tracked.
“A restaurant could use ReputationWatch to understand which dishes their customers like the best. A bridal boutique could listen for brides-to-be looking for a wedding gown,” said Kelvin Quee, Head of Partnerships at JamiQ.
“The social media is a huge and extremely complex universe. Conversations are taking place all the time and from diverse sources. Our ability to capture all this data and filter out the noise gives immediate value to our customers.”
Lee Kai Hock, SingTel’s Vice President of Business Marketing, said, “It is important for companies to find new ways to serve their customers better and operate more efficiently. Cloud computing services such as ReputationWatch enable businesses to improve productivity, simplify their operations and significantly lower their costs.
“SingTel’s cloud services are offered on a monthly subscription basis, which allows companies to avoid high upfront investments in IT infrastructure, such as servers and systems. They relieve companies of the complexities of managing IT systems and software, thus allowing businesses to maintain tighter control of their cashflows.”
ReputationWatch is available on SingTel’s myBusiness Portal at: http://mybusiness.singtel.com/catalogue/reputationwatch

ReputationWatch available exclusively on SingTel myBusiness Cloud Computing portal.

Singapore, 3 September 2010 – Asia’s leading Social Media Monitoring solutions provider, JamiQ, today announced the launch of a new social media reputation management solution on the SingTel myBusiness Cloud Computing portal.

ReputationWatch is an easy-to-use reputation management service designed for small and medium-sized businesses. It is built on JamiQ’s unique social media monitoring technology to allow businesses to track real-time online conversations about their brands in their local market.

Users will receive timely email alerts about highly localised and relevant conversations on social media platforms such as blogs, forums, social networks, microblogs, and even on news sites all over the world. Users will also have access to a comprehensive dashboard which provides a trending analysis of conversations, as well as a complete historical archive of past conversations tracked.

“A restaurant could use ReputationWatch to understand which dishes their customers like the best. A bridal boutique could listen for brides-to-be looking for a wedding gown,” said Kelvin Quee, Head of Partnerships at JamiQ.

“The social media is a huge and extremely complex universe. Conversations are taking place all the time and from diverse sources. Our ability to capture all this data and filter out the noise gives immediate value to our customers.”

Lee Kai Hock, SingTel’s Vice President of Business Marketing, said, “It is important for companies to find new ways to serve their customers better and operate more efficiently. Cloud computing services such as ReputationWatch enable businesses to improve productivity, simplify their operations and significantly lower their costs.

“SingTel’s cloud services are offered on a monthly subscription basis, which allows companies to avoid high upfront investments in IT infrastructure, such as servers and systems. They relieve companies of the complexities of managing IT systems and software, thus allowing businesses to maintain tighter control of their cashflows.”

ReputationWatch is available on SingTel’s myBusiness Portal at: http://mybusiness.singtel.com/catalogue/reputationwatch

ReputationWatch’s Basic Pack starts at S$19.89 per month (incl. GST).

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