Sales Enablement in a Sales 2.0 world

Counting 105 Sales Enablement vendors worldwide

Posted in readinglists, Uncategorized by salesenablement on July 4, 2011

I keep a work in progress list of vendors/solutions for…

  • Sales Enablement
  • Marketing Asset Management
  • Sales Knowledge Management
  • Sales Content Management
  • Enterprise 2.0 / Sales 2.0 / web 3.0 players
  • consulting firms / design agencies

…with a focus on improving the intranet & mobile experience of b2b enterprises for all employees/partners touching accounts.

So far, several vendors merged / joined forces, many changed owners, at least ten went out of business, and new ones keep on popping up. My count is 105 vendors as of July 16, 2015.

CRM Magazine singled out the relevant vendors in the Sales Enablement software market.


Paul Krajewski

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Product Marketing / Product Management. German citizen. Permanent resident in Canada. Holds a Masters of Media Management from Curtin University of Technology, Australia. Spent 2007-2009 at Nortel Networks in Global Marketing looking after the implementation of the BizSphere Sales Enablement application for Nortel’s 4000 sales people world-wide. After working as Head of Training & Senior Sales Enablement Consultant at BizSphere, spent 18 months in Shanghai, China as Digital Marketing Strategist at MING Labs & co-founder / product manager of Shario.

Sales Enablement section in The Marketing Technology Landscape January 2015

Posted in readinglists, Uncategorized by salesenablement on June 2, 2015

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As I’m continuing to update my list of Sales Enablement vendors below, I found it interesting to see the Sales Enablement section in “The Marketing Technology Landscape, January 2015″ by Scott Brinker/ChiefMartec.com:
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Full graphic: The Marketing Technology Landscape, January 2015
Image Credit: Scott Brinker/ChiefMartec.com

Q2 2015 Sales Enablement market news and trends

Posted in readinglists, Uncategorized by salesenablement on May 20, 2015

Sales Enablement thought leaders

I’ve been cleaning up / refreshing my work in progress list of Sales Enablement apps/tools/solutions/services. Latest addition on May 20, 2015: salesbean.com

On April 1, 2015, I was honored to find myself on this list of 30+ Top Sales Enablement Thought Leaders.

I noticed that vbprofiles.com/search?q=Sales+Enablement is an extensive list of experts too.

Should Your Agency Get Into the Sales Enablement Game?, Jami Oetting, March 26, 2015.

Sales Enablement Tools: Keys To Building Trust To Win Sales, 4/21/15:

“Your Marketing team has likely already compiled a number of blogs, videos, and/or ebooks, tailored to different phases in the Buyer’s Journey. However, this doesn’t mean that only Marketing can use them. If, during their ongoing communication with their leads, your Sales reps notice a particular question is being asked again and again by a number of different leads, they can leverage Marketing’s content and pass it along. Again, showing that your company already knows about their concerns and is ready to answer their questions will build trust with your leads. […] By getting to know your leads through tools like LinkedIn, Twitter, and Buyer Personas, as well through conversations, and by showing that they care by delivering relevant and valuable information, your Sales reps can build a relationship with these leads. These relationships can speed up the process of closing leads into full-fledged customers.”

Will sales enablement software replace content marketing? by Alp Mimaroglu, 6/04/2015 with this graphic:

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Alp Mimaroglu also writes:

“[…] Sales Enablement […] cannot work without a backbone of data-driven content marketing. And the most efficient way for salespeople to get the right information these days is to look at the data behind marketing that works using marketing automation software. Both sales and marketing need to share the data their teams are producing. The problem is that this just doesn’t happen in most companies (as shown by commonplace disagreements on lead responsibilities). […]”

A bit older: Content in crisis: Content marketing vs. sales enablement John Koetsier, Nov. 5, 2014 with this graphic:
Image Credit: Content Marketing Institute

Image Credit: Content Marketing Institute

New Study Shows Rapid Onboarding Increases Sales Growth Rates by 10%, Eyal Orgil, May 11, 2015:

“PUT ALL YOUR SUPPORTING MATERIALS IN ONE PLACE – Forcing new reps to hunt around for information that they hope exists somewhere is no way to speed the onboarding process. When all your sales enablement documents – data sheets, presentations, case studies, etc. – are collected and stored in a central repository, new hires can quickly do their homework on any offering. More importantly, they know exactly where to find the value added materials they need to create a more compelling proposal. You can even take this one step further and integrate document management right into your sales quoting solution and automate the entire proposal process.”

Three Big Myths Debunked at SiriusDecisions Summit, Tom Pisello, May 19, 2015:

“B2B marketing is not replacing B2B sales, so more B2B marketing doesn’t equate to more effectiveness. Sales reps are still VERY relevant, however we do need to recognize that buyer’s have changed, and Frugalnomics is in full effect. As a result, you need to enable sales reps to engage effectively throughout the buyer’s journey, especially at the critical early stages of influence. The ability for sales reps to help buyers navigate the journey, gain consensus from committee decisions, and articulate your unique value – all critical for continued relevance and competitive sales success. […] Content is King? Although large amounts are spent every year to develop and deliver content, and these investments are growing YoY, SiriusDecisions reports that almost 2/3rds of the content marketing investment is wasted! In a survey of almost 300 firms, 65% of content spending was wasted. Half of the waste was attributable to sales reps not being able to find the content. While the other half saying the content wasn’t good or useful. More is not more when it comes to content. Prospects and sales reps are all to easily lost in a sea of content.”

Mobile Strategy For Sales Enablement, Shankar Ganapathy, April 30, 2015:

“Sales people are not chained to their desk anymore but they are attached to their smartphones, so it makes sense for them to have everything they need available on their phone. Rather than searching through hundreds of emails, wiki links or dropbox files to find the particular product update memo, a mobile sales enablement app can make updates easy to find in a fraction of the time. With Millenials estimated to make up 75 percent of the global workforce by 2025, you can also make your employees more productive by meeting their preference to consume content on the go. While the majority of companies understand the need for sales enablement, according to research by Adobe less than 30% are actually implementing sales enablement solutions because it can be complex and time consuming to execute. However, mobile sales enablement can be implemented quickly and cost-effectively. This means implementing a mobile sales enablement strategy now could give you a competitive advantage. While other companies grapple with how to keep their sales teams up to date, and their reps spend precious time searching their email box, reading through volumes of wiki pages or searching through files in cloud storage, yours can be having impactful and engaging conversations with customers. When I talk about mobile sales enablement, I don’t just mean replicating your CRM on a mobile app, but rather achieving true sales enablement for both your sales reps and managers. Think about how Whatsapp has replaced email, making communication and sharing photos instant, quick and easy without needing to log-on. Mobile sales enablement can have a similar impact on your sales teams.”

Q4 2014 Sales Enablement market news and trends

Posted in readinglists, Uncategorized by salesenablement on November 7, 2014

As my list of Sales Enablement solutions has grown to well over 90 this year, I would like to take a look at some recent Sales Enablement market news and trends:
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Low cost sales enablement apps

Posted in readinglists, Uncategorized by salesenablement on November 6, 2014

Paul KrajewskiGiven my background in implementing Sales Enablement solutions at large complex enterprises, quick and light solutions for very small companies – with only a few products and a small sales force – haven’t been the focus of this blog.

However, I have always tried to cover even vendors that target small companies in my list of Sales Enablement market players.

Based on the following updates from 2014, I would like to extend Tobin Harris’ 2012 list below with additional free or low cost sales enablement apps:

  • Prezzi mobile for presentations / slide shows
  • DropBox for storing docs, images, PDFs & videos
  • box.com for storing docs, images, PDFs & videos
  • Google Drive (works for PDFs & presentations) and the stand-alone apps for docs & spreadsheets etc
  • Microsoft Office apps
  • iBooks for PDFs (without needing WiFi)
  • Apple Notes or Evernote for capturing meetings notes
  • Evernote for other use cases like scanning business cards and connecting on LinkedIn with one click
  • Paper app fiftythree.com/paper for drawings & scribbles
  • Immediately immediatelyapp.com cross-platform email tool for sales people
  • AnyDesk as a free (for personal use) alternative to TeamViewer for remote desktop at a better performance & sharper displaying of graphics (at the moment Windows only)

AnyDesk.com
http://anydesk.com/remote-desktop:

AnyDesk is the world’s most comfortable remote desktop application. Access all your programs, documents and files from anywhere, without having to entrust your data to a cloud service. Your perso­nalized AnyDesk-ID is the key to your desk­top with all your applications, photos, docu­ments and files. And your data stays where it belongs. On your hard drive, and nowhere else.

Update November 5, 2014:

immediatelyapp.com is a cross-platform email tool for salespeople designed to enable closing deals from anywhere, as opportunities happen. From both your phone & computer, you can track when your emails get opened, get reminders to follow up with leads, offer suitable meeting times in a couple taps, and use email templates for sales pitches. Automatically syncs your prospect emails into Salesforce, and pulls relevant contact information from LinkedIn, so that you always know who you’re talking to at-a-glance.

Sales enablement is a huge space with a lot of players and fragmentation.

If you’re a salesperson, you most likely use a CRM system, lead gen software, a campaign tool, and a bunch of email tools. Email is where the action happens, and there should be no need to have five apps opened to be able to reply to a sales prospect’s inquiry.

Sales, or closing deals in general, is no longer a 9-to-5 job. You’re always selling, always closing. If you don’t, your competition will. And so having perfectly-timed actionable information, and the right tools to take action, is the winning formula. We give you both, as opportunities happen, immediately. […]

Currently, we are free for individual users, and have a paid tier for enterprises. Very soon, we will be coming out with a ‘Pro’ version of the product, which will have a much deeper integration with CRM systems, and which will require a monthly subscription to use.

Update November 04, 2014:

Dropbox partners with Microsoft to offer Office integration in the next few weeks. iOS & Android users will be able to edit Office docs from Dropbox. Office for iPad users will access Dropbox files within apps and share via Dropbox.

Access Dropbox files from the Office app and save new files to Dropbox. You can now sync your docs and keep them safe without leaving the Office app.

Update October 6, 2014 on the evernote blog:

Scannable
[…] mobile app called Scannable […] For the on-the-go experience, our goal is to transform business cards and receipts into something immediately actionable and sharable. When you’re back at your desk, the app lets you control the desktop scanner and allows others on your network to scan, turning the ScanSnap Evernote Edition into an Evernote-friendly office scanner.

Presentation Mode
Evernote is making meeting faster and more collaborative by eliminating the need for slides. Connect your computer, click on presentation mode, and the same note you’ve been working on is now beautifully displayed on the big screen. As you talk your team through your work, the note stays open on your computer allowing you to immediately take feedback and make changes. Of course, you may want to control how text and images flow on the screen, so we’re adding handy tools to define breaks so that just the right amount of words and images appear per screen. […]

Penultimate
[…] handwriting app for iPad is getting a complete redesign. […] the app is rebuilt and reconsidered with a focus on creating the most lifelike writing experience […] also enhancing the connection between Penultimate and the Adonit Jot Script Stylus.

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We confuse what people have clicked on for what they’ve read. We mistake sharing for reading.

Posted in Uncategorized by salesenablement on June 8, 2014

every business wants to grow

 

On March 9, 2014, Tony Haile, CEO of Chartbeat, wrote What You Think You Know About the Web Is Wrong:

“We confuse what people have clicked on for what they’ve read. We mistake sharing for reading.”

“In 1994, a former direct mail marketer called Ken McCarthy came up with the clickthrough as the measure of ad performance on the web. From that moment on, the click became the defining action of advertising on the web. The click’s natural dominance built huge companies like Google and promised a whole new world for advertising where ads could be directly tied to consumer action.” […]

“In 20 years, everything else about the web has been transformed, but the click remains unchanged […]”

“Myth 1: We read what we’ve clicked on” […]

“Myth 2: The more we share the more we read” […]

“Do We Read the Articles We Share”?

“[…] there is no relationship whatsoever between the amount a piece of content is shared and the amount of attention an average reader will give that content.”

 

On June 6, 2014, James Robinson wrote Facebook VP insults our intelligence, argues limiting organic brand reach is not about making money:

“Over the last two years, Facebook has slowly begun cutting back on the organic reach of page posts, whittling it down from 16 percent in 2012 to around two percent now for pages with over 500,000 fans. Brands have found themselves paying money lately to get posts out to fans that they’d already paid money to acquire.”

 

On June 7, 2014 Jason Calacanis wrote:

“If someone follows my page I should know 100% that they are going to see it – especially if I paid for that like. In fact, there is a HUGE class-action law suit waiting to happen from people who paid for LIKES with the understanding their updates would reach those paid for fans.”

 

Enter Shario (Full disclosure: I am a co-founder):

The problems above, had a big impact on how our team at Shario developed our mobile app for customer referrals & customer loyalty.

With Shario we want to help small offline stores / brick & mortar businesses in times of eCommerce & showrooming.

 

Let it grow

 

In contrast with the problems cited in the beginning, with Shario the business owner sees revenues directly tied to consumers acting (inviting each other). Not the check-in into the location or the social sharing are being tracked and rewarded but those invites which have lead to new foot traffic spending real dollars.

Loyalty programs and apps that let customers collect points do not do more than keep existing customers loyal.

Whilst customer loyalty is also built in, Shario first and foremost drives customer referrals. We want to bring completely new foot traffic to small businesses: Revenues they would not have had without Shario.

 

iOS version

 

CRM features in Shario let multiple staff members in multiple store locations know what typically only the owner knows: Who to thank for bringing how many paying customers? Who is how loyal? Who gets a lot of refunds?

 

Contact me at @shario or @pkralle or @salesenablement if you want to get a demo of Shario on your own iPad or iPhone ( http://shar.io ) or virtually here http://shario.de/demo
We can also meet you in person in Toronto, Paris, Shanghai or anywhere in Germany.

List of Top Sales Enablement Tools 2014

Posted in Uncategorized by salesenablement on May 8, 2014

On April 9, 2014 docurated.com published their list of Top Sales Enablement Tools.

It takes a slightly different approach than my own work in progress list and has some good details on each vendor.

I’m happy to see that BizSphere (a company I used to work with and a product that was designed by the team at MING Labs I currently work with) made docurated’s list.

Here a YouTube “explained” video about BizSphere that was also done by the design and marketing guys at MING Labs.

Sales Enablement companies in Europe – European Sales Enablement solutions

Posted in Uncategorized by salesenablement on March 10, 2014

Find below a list of European Sales Enablement software vendors (Sales Enablement solution, marketing content management, sales knowledge management) & agencies / consulting firms from Europe, as of July 14, 2015.

When you shortlist vendors, be sure to look into the following:

  • Will they integrate content from existing repositories or upload copies (of what you have in your repositories) into the cloud?
  • Can the solution be installed behind the corporate firewall or not? Single-Sign-On?
  • Ask the vendor whether the code, that defines how the search weights results, is shared by all customer companies or whether each customer can highly customize it.
  • Do they offer a choice between the cloud & on-premise? Do they support the move from one to the other?
  • SaaS vs. Licensing: What is cheaper in the long term, to buy the software as a service or perpetual user license?
  • Exit strategy for your content & the meta information when you want to change vendors.
  • How does the solution support you to meet the challenges that come with doing business globally? (Which languages are supported for the content and for the user interface?)
  • Flexibility for customization / your influence on the road map / number of developers at the vendor?
  • Can they help to integrate the solution into existing IT infrastructure/processes?
  • Does the solution help to manage how you show your complex portfolio of products, services, and solutions to your sales people and channel partners? How quickly can it be updated for org changes? Is it the vendor making the changes or is there an editor?
  • Are there social web 2.0 like features that allow for feedback from sales to marketing (ratings/comments) and uploading/sharing of content?
  • Is there an intelligent way to maintain the ‘single source’ of content that is being re-used a lot? Can documents be auto-generated in order to be highly customized for the specific sales situation yet look polished?
  • What kind of content intelligence is available? (Where in its life cycle is my content? What gets bad ratings? What needs to be retired? What is not being used? What is missing?)

Adaptive Communications Team Ltd Adaptive Selling Ltd. Delivery of successful sales transformation programs for high tech companies evolving from transactional product sales, to high value enterprise solution accounts management. With more than 20 years of international experience working with Global100 organizations, Michael Fox has a unique perspective on the role sales & marketing play together. Currently working at VMware in EMEA, but also developing a new sales enablement/sales transformation process based on a book he is writing. UK based

basis06 AG basis06.ch (Switzerland)

BizSphere AG suite of Sales Enablement software solutions for global businesses with a complex portfolio [of products, services, & solutions] and large sales force / channel partners (Full disclosure: I’ve worked here) Germany & Netherlands based

Callidus (Callidus Software Inc. purchased iCentera) http://calliduscloud.com/products/enablement/ CallidusCloud has not just iCentera for content but also CPQ tools, marketing automation & more. Not from Europe but has an office in London, UK

changeBEAT changebeat.com (UK)

Combionic combionic.com Germany/Switzerland based. Combionic collaboration software connects people, processes, and information in context & across applications. Enabling sales people & partner organizations with a slide library. Drag&drop slides to a plug-in right within Microsoft PowerPoint to have all the context/tags captured automatically and the slides are already uploaded / available in the cloud based slide library which works great for accessing/generating on the fly from tablets. (Full disclosure: I’ve worked with them)

d!NK dink.eu Sales library on tablets enables customer facing staff to adapt interactions with customers/prospects to what interests them. Makes sales more effective; better qualification, condensed sales process. Belgium based

MING Labs minglabs.com Berlin, Munich, Singapore & Shanghai based User Experience (UX) Design company, mobile responsive websites & app design&development (iOS, Android, Windows8, BlackBerry, etc). Also Portfolio & Marketing Consulting. The team was also behind the user interface of BizSphere (see above) and Combionic’s slide library (see above). Full disclosure: I’ve worked there. See this case study as an example

Perperitus Sales solution perperitus.com (UK)

PocketWorks Mobile Ltd, UK pocketworks.co.uk Enterprise iPad & smartphones solutions in Leeds, UK

Salesframe salesframe.com Sync latest materials, videos & other content via web-based management system. Integrate Salesframe with your existing systems such as Salesforce CRM, Microsoft Sharepoint, & IBM Notes. After meetings, quickly create a branded PDF of the materials & notes so customers have something to take away. Make winning pitches wherever you are with the app for iOS&Android. Finnish company; client base so far mostly Finland-originated B2B companies.

Scepos scepos.com Netherlands based / Dutch

SellsPad sellspad.com Take orders on the go right from your tablet. Always up to date, fast & secure. Improve your sale cycle efficiency. Have the right information at the right time: Documents, presentations, client info, catalog, etc. even when you are offline. Simplify reporting for the people in the field & get detailed information about what really happens in the field. TappCTRL S.A., Brussels, Belgium

Solutions for Sales solutionsforsales.com Sales enablement consultancy that helps clients to develop value-based propositions, sales playbooks and sales enablement platforms. Based in Europe & USA

Squirro Squirro.com Harvest content that matters: Revolutionize the way you gather/store/use content that matters. Switzerland based

Loyalty and rewards programs in Canada

Posted in readinglists, Uncategorized by salesenablement on March 5, 2014
Shario app (beta launch of iOS version in Toronto, 2014/2015)

Shario app (beta launch of iOS version in Toronto, 2014/2015)

Normally, this blog is focused on Sales Enablement for b2b.

Here my list of Canadian Sales Enablement companies / experts.

Here my worldwide list.

As a Canada-based co-founder of Shario

mobile app for customer referral & loyalty at brick & mortar businesses

I would like to start a work in progress list of similar apps / solutions / companies in Canada.

I’m also adding a few eCommerce players.

Let me know what I’m missing. Last update January 23, 2015

Find me on twitter as

@pkralle

@SalesEnablement

@shario

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Aeroplan Montreal-based Aeroplan loyalty program by Air Canada. Aeroplan® Membership Card
Air Miles by LoyaltyOne, Inc. AIR MILES® Reward Program Membership Card
AMEX Rewards / American Express Rewards
AvidTap
belly card bellycard.com
Best Buy Rewards Best Buy® Reward Zone™
Buytopia (Toronto’s buytopia.ca launches SnapSaves, an app that pays consumers cash to shop)
CAA
Canadian Tire Rewards / Canadian Tire Money®
cardstar cardstar.com
Checkout 51 checkout51.com
CIBC mobile payment app
Clubovahi clubovahi.com/app/ Toronto, Canada
Denny’s Canada loyalty and rewards program – MyDenny’s, a new social, loyalty platform
Esso Extra®
HBC Rewards
Hudson’s Bay Rewards™ Card
Influitive influitive.com helps companies mobilize their advocates to boost referral leads, reference calls, social media participation and more. Toronto & San Francisco
Kangaroo Rewards mobile loyalty and rewards program. Muscle Depot already deployed the Kangaroo Rewards program across all their locations in Montreal, Laval and Blainville. A Mobicept Product
KnexxLocal (with Instamonial™, KnexxLocal’s free mobile app, local businesses can get more word-of-mouth referrals) Canada, Toronto, ON
Linkett linkett.com formerly WestonEx / westonexpressions.com “Creating Consumer Engagement & the Ability to Track it”. Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Loblaw (see Ugo)
McDonald’s offers a McCafe sticker card for regular coffee drinkers
Metro (adds mobile component to loyalty program)
metro moi™ Program
mobizou mobizou.com Location Based Mobile Marketing Platform with loyalty & referrals. Calgary, AB
Mopals
Omnego Inc omnego.com (white-label mobile app platform that empowers mobile engagement between businesses and their mobile users)
PC Points/Plus
Perka digital loyalty marketing platform launched April 2011. First Data, the global payment processing company, acquired Perka after purchasing Andreessen Horowitz-backed mobile payments startup Clover
Perkville perkville.com
PETRO‐POINTS™
plum® rewards; Chapters plum points are collected by buying in-store at any Indigo, Chapters, Coles, Indigospirit, World’s Biggest Bookstore, SmithBooks and The Book Company locations
PunchTab
RBC Rewards Redeem your Visa rewards points for merchandise, travel, gift cards/certificates, charitable donations & RBC Financial Rewards vouchers.
Referral Rock referralrock.com @ReferralRock Customer Referral Service – Design, track and manage your program to get MORE CUSTOMERS
RewardingYourself Loyalty Wallet by LoyaltyMatch Inc. loyaltymatch.com (Loyalty and Gamification Saas Platform)
RewardLoop (mobile rewards program that rewards you for spending at your favorite merchants) rewardloop.com
Richtree Market Pass By Natural Markets Food Group
Rogers readies loyalty points program in bid to keep customers from switching to rival carriers. Rogers Communications will launch the national rewards program in stages, starting in Red Deer, Alta.
Rogers Mobile Shopper solution (enables customers to engage with brands in-store through mobile offers, applications & mobile payments technology. RioCan, Canada’s largest owner of shopping centres, is first to trial the Rogers Mobile Shopper solution in select Ontario-based shopping centres)
Save‐On‐More
SCENE® Card
Sears Card
Shario @shario http://shar.io customer referral & loyalty app for brick & mortar businesses. Toronto, ON, Canada [Full-disclosure: I’m a co-founder of Shario. It was designed by User Experience Design company MING Labs which I also represent here in Canada.]
Shopify (Reward customers for each new customer that they bring to your store: Apps like Zferral and ReferralCandy automate this. Traditional loyalty programs where rewards are offered to repeat customers based on how much they buy: Apps like PunchTab & Incentify)
Shopkick
Shoppers Drug Mart (Optimum Rewards Program) Shoppers Optimum® Card
Simply Good’s coupon app GetLoop
SmoothPay smoothpay.com
SnipSnap Coupon App by SnipSnap App LLC Link to the Canadian iOS app store
Square (“Create and Apply Rewards with Square Register”)
Starbucks (My Starbucks Rewards). Starbucks has both an app & rewards card that gives free drinks & food to frequent customers.
Stocard is a mobile Startup from Germany that has set the goal to make customer loyalty go mobile, thus making loyalty solutions more powerful for consumers and retailers.
suretap™ wallet by Rogers Communications
Sweet Tooth Rewards (turn-key points & rewards app for your Magento eCommerce store)
The Club Sobeys Program
The More Rewards Program
Thirdshelf (retail app & loyalty platform)
Tim Hortons added a smartphone payment option to its lineup of mobile apps across iOS, Android, BlackBerry. Called “Pay with TimmyMe” it uses a pre-registered Tim Card to allow payments from the smartphone. Also launching its own loyalty rewards program partnering with CIBC for a Visa credit card that accumulates points redeemable at Tim Hortons stores.
Ugo (will initially allow customers to load their TD Visa, President’s Choice Financial MasterCard & PC Plus cards into a mobile wallet. PC points can be redeemed at Loblaw & banner store locations)
vicinity rewards (developed by US-based company, FiveStars. Launched in Canada by Rogers Communications. Vincity is a loyalty program for small business that rewards customers when they visit their store.)
Virtualnext virtualnext.com, Toronto, Canada & US based
Walmart Rewards
WestJet Rewards®
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