Saudi’s ROSHN join forces with Singapore-based Boxo

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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ROSHN-Boxo Partnership
Officials during the signing ceremony | SPA

ROSHN Group, the PIF-owned giga-project, and Saudi Arabia’s most trusted real-estate developer, has announced a significant increase in the capabilities of its super application (app) through its latest agreement with Boxo, the Singapore-based technology firm.

The two companies have established a framework for collaboration to enhance three core capabilities based on Boxo’s proprietary platforms, ROSHN said in a statement.

According to the statement, ROSHN is commissioning three projects, allowing facility appointments management, an eCommerce marketplace, and mobility-as-a-service to be fully integrated within ROSHN’s application, which is designed to improve both the resident and guest experience throughout the group’s communities and properties.

ROSHN’s agreement with Boxo demonstrates the Group’s strategic use of partnerships to raise the bar for the Saudi real-estate agency by selecting world-class collaborators and emphasizing its continuous push to stay ahead of the curve in implementing cutting-edge technology.

By enhancing convenience for residents and vendors alike, in line with its core values of opportunity and empowerment, ROSHN Group is setting the foundations for a better quality of life and greater economic growth within its destinations.

As per the statement, the Boxo White-Label Marketplace Module will provide inventory management services and enterprise eCommerce capabilities, and the Boxo Miniapp Platform will increase the opportunity for co-creation within the ROSHN App framework, potentially allowing any eligible application developer to publish their own apps within ROSHN’s App.


Boxo, formerly known as Appboxo, enables the seamless integration of value-added services into existing apps through their use of pre-built, white-label mini apps. Boxo is on a mission to accelerate the adoption of SuperApps globally, supporting existing apps in offering multiple services to their users beyond their core business. A SuperApp is an application with capabilities that were traditionally associated with entire platforms, providing end users with multiple functionalities within its own ecosystem.

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