February 2015, 2014 was a pivotal year for Indonesia's tech scene. Some companies funding from both outside and inside the country are investing money into startups in Indonesia.
Tech in Asia, a publication covering all things tech and startups in Asia, showing a list of 10 startups in Indonesia that attract foreign investors and have brilliant ideas. One startup that made it into the list is Oomph.
The key difference is that Oomph is localized and tailored just for the Indonesian market.
According to Oomph co-founder, Stanley Tan, Oomph is getting more than 10,000 new users per day and should reach 10 million users by the end of next year.