AVI INFOSYS LLC, who thrives to develop revolutionary solutions, endeavors to merge technology and business solutions in an order to provide powerful value propositions.
With the great elan, AVI Infosys is launching Android App with NFC (Near Field Communications) support to provide mobile Loyalty and Prepaid payment solutions to help retail businesses to keep their customers loyal and connected.
With the growing number of websites launches, the numbers of mobile commerce applications or apps are also growing. The wide array of financial apps has created value to the mobile phone owner, doesn’t matter he is a business owner or a consumer. Smart phones have provided a new level of freedom and convenience while businesses use Smartphone’s to run their business, consumers utilize it for a number of financial functions such as mobile banking, making payments.
NFC, a contactless advanced tech that could already be in your Smartphone, and could soon be a regular feature of your commute. At its core, all NFC is doing is identifying us, and our bank account, to a computer. The technology is simple. It’s a short-range, low power wireless link evolved from radio-frequency identification (RFID) tech that can transfer small amounts of data between two devices held a few centimeters from each other. A source said.
As per the Pareto Principle, “80% of our sales come from 20% of our customers. This implies to keep customers loyal to our stores, so that they keep coming back to our store only.”
The above rule fits in today’s scenario where it is getting tough and tough for businesses to distinct them from rivals in the highly challenging and competing environment, retaining the existing customers by satisfying them so that they keep coming back to you again and again is the only solution. Thankfully Customer Loyalty Programs are made for this only. It saved your money and time from undertaking expensive marketing campaigns to generate new business. So outperform your business in this highly competitive economy is the AVI Infosys’s only mission.