|By Marketwired .||
|November 13, 2012 08:28 PM EST||
LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 11/13/12 -- W Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTCG) today announced that the Company has added the ability to create custom mobile loyalty kiosks designed for greater on-site engagement of mobile customer opt-ins. The digital kiosks allow on-site customers to opt-in to mobile campaigns, check into a fully customizable mobile loyalty program, and/or redeem mobile coupons. The entire look and feel of the kiosk can be fully customized to allow for a branded color theme along with custom graphics.
"The Loyalty Kiosk is a game changer when it comes to mobile marketing because -- unlike traditional mobile marketing -- it makes it so easy to opt-into a campaign," said W Technologies President, Ronald Costa." Mr. Costa added, "It's extremely cost-effective and doesn't require expensive hardware to maintain."
Businesses such as golf courses, restaurants, and other retail establishments can launch the kiosk on any iPad or Android tablet along with a free downloadable kiosk app available in the App Store or Google Play Store.
The end result is a fully customized platform giving any business the ability to employ a mobile loyalty program and incorporate it seamlessly into their existing marketing campaigns.
About W Technologies, Inc.
W Technologies, Inc. and its subsidiary, So Mo Technologies, offer their clients a comprehensive development strategy of integrated cross-sectional marketing to potentially increase their exposure and revenue. Headed by a professional management team with worldwide experience, SoMo unleashes the powerful combination of a targeted advertising distribution network, social media development and management in conjunction with state-of-the-art Mobile Marketing Technologies. We provide unique effective and economic turnkey solutions for client media and marketing solutions to drive revenue to our client's bottom line.
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