The intersection of mobility, social and cloud computing continues to significantly influence enterprise communication.

Fxiaoke, a mobile enterprise software company, recently rolled out a 4.0 update with the most prominent changes since its establishment, according to the company.

Fxiaoke, formerly known as Facishare, was founded at the end of 2011 as a social performance management platform. It changed to its current name and refocused to customer relationship management last year, providing management software tools for sales teams and supports for field operation management, distribution chain management, and CRMs.

Previously adopting a socialized interaction interface similar to Weibo, the new update uses a WeChat-style interface, helping users already familiar with WeChat operations to pick up the service more quickly.


The 4.0 update has updated functions such as the dynamic CRM models, attendance check, approval, order, share, and agenda. Some major updates were to the app framework to enhance performance in areas with unstable mobile internet coverage, such as elevators or subways.

Claiming more than 60,000 enterprise customers, Fxiaoke has secured Series A funding from IDG Capital Partners last year and an eight-figure dollar total in Series B financing led by Northern Light Venture Capital (NLVC) earlier this year.

Li Quanke, COO for FXiaoke, once noted that the company will not directly complete with WeChat’s enterprise-facing accounts, stating that FXiaoke services will likely integrate with WeChat.

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Emma Lee

Emma Lee (Li Xin) was TechNode's e-commerce and new retail reporter until June 2022, when she moved to Sixth Tone to cover technology and consumption. Get in touch with her via lixin@sixthtone.com or Twitter.

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