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Verizon releases Wi-Fi CRM solution

BY Dan Berthiaume

New York — Verizon Enterprise Solutions is launching a new managed, cloud-based Wi-Fi for business solution aimed at retail and food service environments. The solution is designed to be easy to deploy while enabling businesses to improve customer service, customer loyalty and business processes.
The solution includes a portal that provides an array of different kinds of retailers, enterprises, and the hospitality industry to better understand their foot traffic and customer behavior to offer the most opportune opening items, and to fine tune marketing initiatives and staffing polices. The services’ API enables retailers to integrate presence data with their customer relationship management (CRM) apps to push targeted customer offers to patrons when they visit the store or company site.

Key features include:

  • Statistics on capture rate (clients passing by versus visitors spending time), engagement and appeal.
  • Information to make decisions on staffing storefront design and employee "bring our own device" policies.
  • API for raw data output for integration with business intelligence and analytics system.
  • View apps used when on wi-fi.
  • Asset tracking.
  • Identity-based filtering policies; supports blocking of websites.
  • Prioritized bandwidth usage by clients and apps between employees and customers.

"The opportunities for helping our customers promote their businesses are endless," said Chris Kemmerer, director of business solutions for Verizon Enterprise Solutions. "Providing them with enterprise-grade Wi-Fi is the first step. The real business value with Verizon Wi-Fi for Business is how our clients can monetize the service based on the stream of analytics that is generated. It’s a whole new approach to sales and marketing that is highly targeted and measurable."

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E-commerce, mobile payment providers partner for global retail network

BY Dan Berthiaume

Los Angeles — International payment and business development platform Payelp Global is partnering with mobile payment service Onebip, part of global mobile commerce group Neomobile.

The partnership enables Payelp’s retailers to be able to offer Onebip’s mobile payment service to their customers, which expands Payelp’s existing mobile payment solutions. Onebip enables retailers to seamlessly monetize digital goods and services to their users on a global scale and also provides consumers with a secure way of paying for their purchases via mobile without the need of a credit card or bank account.

“We are very pleased to be working with Payelp, a well known e-commerce and business development platform with wide global coverage and top online brands,” said Massimiliano Silenzi, executive director and head of Onebip. “Onebip’s partnership with Payelp will provide online merchants with the opportunity to maximize their revenue with mobile carrier billing payments and at the same time offer their customers a seamless payment experience.”

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Tesla Motors, Westfield Century City, Los Angeles

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The Model S is the world’s first premium sedan built from the ground up as an electric vehicle and has been engineered to elevate the public’s expectations of what a premium sedan can be. Model S has received many of the industry’s most prestigious awards and accolades during its first year on the market.

Tesla, a leading designer and manufacturer of electric vehicles, is showing off its signature product in its new showroom in Westfield Century City shopping center. The facade makes a strong visual statement, with the company’s signature red, grey, and white colors complemented by a chrome exterior, glass doors, and a large, striking Tesla logo spread across the top.

The design team used every square foot of the 900-sq.-ft. space to its advantage, opening up the entire storefront to drive a display car inside. To optimize floor space, fabric wall panels were used instead of floor fixtures for merchandise.

For a hands-on experience, the space includes a design studio where prospective buyers can view colors, customize and build their own car, and purchase retail items with the Tesla name.

Design: MBH Architects, Alameda, Calif.


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