MeNetwork360’s smartphone and tablet app is compatible with both iOS and Android. The app offers a range of mobile marketing functionalities, featuring both a merchant-facing and a consumer-facing interface within the same design. This combination of services creates a comprehensive mobile commerce ecosystem that gives Spindle’s customers a comprehensive and fluid mobile commerce experience.
“The MeNetwork360 platform delivers an end-to-end mobile commerce experience, allowing merchants and consumers to engage in meaningful, on-going interactions,” said Bill Clark, chief executive officer at Spindle. “Customers can identify new merchant offers, develop loyalties and establish long-term relationships with participating businesses, based on the consumer’s predetermined preferences and buying patterns. On the merchant side, retailers are able to easily manipulate content that inspires these customer engagements, turning prospects into new customers — and in turn, loyal patrons.”
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