Jendela360, which seeks to connect clients, landlords and property agents under one platform in Indonesia, has secured US$1 million in a funding round led by Beenext.
Prasetia Dwidharma, Everhaus and several unnamed strategic investors also co-invested.
With the money, the company is looking to “provide a more efficient and effective way to approach property transactions from start to finish”.
“We will also use the funding for recruiting more talents, creating an academy or training system that can create a professional and standardised real estate agent for overall brand awareness and good customer experience,” said Kiki Guzali, Co-founder of Jendela360.
The startup was founded three years ago by Guzali (COO), Ade Indra (CFO), and Daniel Rannu (CEO). It was the first to introduce 360 virtual tours in the Indonesian proptech scene.
Jendela360 will now focus on its O2O (online to offline) strategy in the property scene. “We need to look at the user experience, not only to strengthen our online presence but also to answer the need for the offline, physical and human relation side of the whole process,” added Guzali.