Nfusion’s Wheels Will Now Be Controlled By BookMyShow
BookMyShow, the online ticketing company, has obtained Sharjah-located Nfusion for an unnamed sum in an all-cash agreement. Established by Prabhakar Reddy, Sivagurunathan S, and Shoaib GM Khan, Nfusion is a platform for video-on-demand that will be incorporated in BookMyShow via Jukebox, to enable people to download music.
This feature is already obtainable on the BookMyShow app for both Android and iOS and permits consumers to download songs utilizing the credits for music given to them when movie tickets are booked on the app. While the Nfusion group will be led by Khan, Sivagurunathan will head the Devops and Architecture groups at BookMyShow, claimed the company to the media in a statement.
Speaking of the acquirement, Director of BookMyShow, Parikshit Dar, claimed, “We have already found our video content upright and are now eager to raid into audio entertainment via our scheme ‘Jukebox.’ The Nfusion group has arrived with innovation capability, immense experience, as well as expertise in managing and building scalable technology solutions. With them and our music label associates, we look forward to providing the widest diversity and perhaps the most excellent audio content to our consumers.”
Earlier, BookMyShow obtained Burrp, a local restaurant recommendation engine based in Mumbai, from Network18. The acquirement is being perfumed on a basis of slouch sale by Foodfesta Wellcare, a division of Big Tree, a related company of Reliance Industries. Reliance Industries is also the Network18’s parent company.
“The acquirement comprises transportations of key assets of Burrp to BookMyShow, including current restaurant partnerships and employees,” BookMyShow claimed to the media in a statement. “The budget for the slump sale is Rs 6.7 Lakh and has been confirmed on the basis of calculation carried out by the company,” said Network18 in a regulatory filing.
It further claimed that keeping into consideration the irrelevant contribution of Burrp to the income as well as the investments, and the focus need to be made, Network18 had made a decision to get rid of the Burrp business.