This article is brought to you by Senheng Electric.
Starting from a humble electronics shop run by the Lim Brothers, Senheng has grown to become one of the largest consumer electronics retail chains in Malaysia with over 120 outlets across the country. Senheng has cultivated a brand that is trusted among Malaysians and is now an established household name.
Seamless online to offline shopping
Senheng truly has come a long way from a small family-run electronics shop. This year, Senheng celebrates its 28th Anniversary of business in Malaysia, concurrently launching its brand new Seamless4U campaign starting September onwards. Seamless4U sees Senheng streamlining and ameliorating their business direction to offer more information, convenience, added value and ultimately an enhanced shopping experience via in-store and online integration as well as personalized customer targeting.
Now, you can shop online for any electronic goods that their stores carry and have it ready for pick up at a physical store of your choice. This new option provides shoppers with a seamless experience between online and offline shopping.
Instant response with QuickChat
Another thing that brings the 28 years old company into the present is the new QuickChat function on the Senheng app. To make it easier for their patrons to direct queries and inquiries, the app now allows for you to send your question through to the nearest Senheng branch. From there, trained staff will be able to provide you with an answer almost instantly – a true levelling up of customer service on the part of Senheng to keep their customers satisfied and well attended to.
28th Anniversary goodies
To celebrate 28 years of success, Senheng is giving away RM5 million worth of vouchers via their Senheng app! All you need to do is spend a minimum of RM1,000 during the promo period to get a slice of that offer. Senheng is also offering a special 40% Anniversary discount on selected electronics models – so keep your eyes peeled for that. On top of that, you can also opt for the Aeon Easy Payment Scheme with a super low interest of only 0.88%.
During this promotion period, you will also have the chance to win a Samsung Galaxy Note8 each time you use your Maybank Credit Card for a minimum spend of RM1,000. There are only 10 Galaxy Note8 to be given away, so you should start swiping now!
Check out the Senheng website to start your spree now and earn all these rewards. Also, don’t forget to download the Senheng mobile app on Android or iOS for a seamless shopping experience available anytime, anywhere at your fingertips.
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