FaceValue offers you ultimate branding and business development. Resulting in the maximum number of purchases of your brand at the lowest cost per purchase possible.
Issuing promotions are the leading activity of the FaceValue Application.
To come to purchase, a prospect always has to receive an offer. After all, there is no purchase without a promotional offer. Promotional offers are created in the Brains (Point of Purchase 0) and are subsequently issued at all or a selection of the 20 Points of Purchase.
The Brains, the central operating system, consist of three parts:
The Brains contain all historical brand, product, service and promotional information to get started with FaceValue.
Separate of the central promotional offers, promotional offers can be created and issued at each single Point of Purchase as well.
All of this guarantees that the FaceValue application turns sales into service for the prospect, leading to the maximum number of purchases whilst minimizing the cost per purchase for the supplier.
Be present at all 20 Points of Purchase with the best execution and promotional offers. Get more out your money spent on marketing and sales, and also receive preference and loyalty from the market over your competition.
Your core effectivity deserves all of your focus. With the use of the FaceValue application, your brand will have a huge amount of leftover time. This improves brand performance even more!
After filing the brains, the only action left is issuing promotional offers. You can offer as many as you like and / or need to drive the volume.
€255 per user per month damps away by the increase in turnover. The €255 includes €75 for the Salesforce CRM subscription which leaves €180 for FaceValue.
Increase the attractiveness of your brand by adding the most attractive promotional offers.
Monitoring the KPI’s of all 20 Points Of Purchase and the total. Not only checking the effect of the best practices at the 20 Points Of Purchases, but also checking the effect of different promotions on the number of purchases and the costs per purchase.