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SAMY augmente l'implantation de ses marchands de 38% en Europe

LOS ANGELES, le 18 décembre 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- MobileBits, (OTCBB: MBIT), fournisseur de SAMY(SM), le centre commercial mobile  en pleine croissance « Mobile Mall », a annoncé que ses marchands ont augmenté leur implantation de 38% dans les 6 derniers mois. Les grandes marques européennes qui ont rejoint le réseau mobile SAMY comprennent entre autres Eat.ch, Office World, Pro Baby, McOptik, Cut & Color, Otto's, et Blackout. Ces nouvelles marques viennent renforcer la position de SAMY en tant qu'application d'achat leader dans la région.

Le réseau SAMY offre aux entreprises une solution complète pour le marketing mobile et les programmes de fidélité qui est immédiatement prête à être déployée. SAMY permet au commerçant, au détaillant ou à la marque de se connecter avec un grand nombre de clients mobiles afin de les aider à augmenter leur chiffre d'affaires en acquérant de nouveaux clients ou en augmentant le chiffre des clients existants par des programmes de fidélité ou de récompenses numériques.

« Nous avions besoin d'une solution marketing mobile qui réponde rapidement aux besoins de nos clients et SAMY remplit complétement cet objectif. » a déclaré Andreas Fritschi, PDG de BabyHaus Wehrli.

"En tant qu'application d'achat leader dans la région, nos marchands ont un accès immédiat au réseau d'abonnés SAMY et établissent ainsi une connexion permanente, «always-on » avec leurs clients existants," indique Andrew Marshall, Directeur général des opérations (COO) et Directeur général Europe pour MobileBits.

Pour en savoir davantage sur SAMY, consultez www.samy.net

Pour les commerçants, détaillants ou marques souhaitant rejoindre SAMY, merci d'envoyer un e-mail à sales [arobase] mobilebits.com

À propos de MobileBits

MobileBits Corporation, fournisseur de SAMY℠, le centre commercial mobile en pleine croissance « Mobile Mall », qui permet aux commerçants, détaillants et aux marques de se connecter avec un grand nombre de consommateurs mobiles localement grâce à des points de contacts diversifiés et contribue à augmenter les ventes. La solution offre aux entreprises une panoplie d'outils complète avec lesquels se connecter pour créer et gérer des campagnes de marketing mobile, des offres, des programmes de fidélité au consommateur mobile abonné. MobileBits est localisée à Los Angeles, Sarasota en Floride et Zurich en Suisse. Pour de plus amples renseignements, consultez www.mobilebits.com ou www.samy.net.

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