Health tech company expands rewards reach

BOOKDOC, an integrated health tech company in South-East Asia, has now additional reward partners — Yakult, Health Lane Family Pharmacy and GoCar.

This partnership allows users in Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Thailand, and Indonesia to earn rewards while staying healthy and active.

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BookDoc founder and chief executive officer Datuk Chevy Beh said, “This partnership will increase BookDoc’s redemption touchpoints to over 4,400 offline and online locations in more than 12 countries.”

BookDoc’s Activ feature rewards its users according to their average daily steps.

It provides a seamless experience in its ability to sync with other health applications such as Apple Health, Samsung Health, Google Fit, Fitbit and Garmin, which enable users to efficiently keep track of their daily exercise and get rewarded for it.

By maintaining a high level of activity, users will get discounts or freebies from major retailers and service providers in their home country or through cross-country redemption.

“BookDoc Activ does so through positive reinforcement, and with no cost.

“We hope to begin a social fitness movement, bring in more partners and users, as well as expand and innovate to encourage healthier lifestyles, ” said Beh.

BookDoc is available for free on Apple’s App Store and Google Play Store.

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