Consumers can now pay with hoolah on social channels including WhatsApp and Instagram.
The omnichannel Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) ecosystem hoolah has entered into a regional partnership with Jumper.ai, the world’s first end-to-end conversational commerce and shopper engagement platform, to offer merchants across Singapore, Malaysia, and Hong Kong the opportunity to let their customers pay later in a way that is convenient, flexible and transparent through conversational commerce.
According to a statement by the BNPL company, this marks a first-of-its-kind partnership in Asia where a BNPL solution is made accessible on social and chat networks. Through this partnership, merchants have an easy way to offer hoolah’s Buy Now Pay Later solution to their customers no matter where they prefer to shop – including Facebook, Instagram, LINE, Pinterest, Telegram, Twitter, WeChat, WhatsApp, SMS, YouTube, and more.
Boosting the shopping experience through social media, Jumper.ai enables retailers to connect with their customers, who can browse and shop on any social or chat network of their choice – including Facebook, Instagram, LINE, Pinterest, Telegram, Twitter, WeChat, WhatsApp, and YouTube. At the same time, consumers can receive personalised advice, ask questions, request a demo, and ultimately pay for their purchases – all within the chat box in a seamless and convenient manner.
On the other hand, hoolah solves retailers’ biggest challenges of driving conversion, basket increase, customer traffic, and loyalty with a sustainable omnichannel BNPL solution that operates seamlessly, and in the most cost-effective way. Furthermore, the onboarding process is completely fuss-free for them as it is entirely digital, allowing them to deploy hoolah – not only on their physical and online stores, but now across social and chat networks – contact-free and with ease.
“Together with Jumper.ai, it’s an incredible opportunity to help empower the retail industry in Asia and boost growth by offering Buy Now Pay Later to conversational commerce merchants and their customers by extension, no matter how big or small the business,” said Stuart Thornton, CEO and Co-Founder of hoolah.