Esewa’s parent company, F1Soft Group, is set to launch the ride-sharing platform ‘Jum Jum‘ in Nepal. F1Soft Group, which has been contributing significantly to Nepal’s digital ecosystem, is now going to enter the ride sharing market to compete with Pathao and Indrive.
F1Soft Group has purchased the technology required for the ride-sharing app from Sri Lanka and the platform will be completely owned by Nepal based brand. Ride-Sharing Plaform Jum Jum will be operating under Nepal Mobility Solutions Pvt Ltd.
As of now Beta version of Jum Jum app has been released. As per the company’s media spoke person, the company has been working continuously for the past one and a half months to aggressively enter the market and complete version of app will be formally publicized soon.
Lately, the ride sharing market is becoming competitive in Nepal. Ride sharing platforms from domestic to foreign are available in the market. But the company claims that Jum Jum has tried to be different from other ride sharing and has planned to bring new facilities.
Ride-Sharing app Jum Jum will have following services, which has not be seen in other platforms in Nepal.
As of now more than 20 people are employed in Jum Jum and the company plans to expand its service to various parts of country in future. Its users will also get rewards for using the service. Claims can be made on various offers by using the reward.