Boulder & Boca Raton, July 5, 2012 – NeoMedia Technologies, Inc. (OTC BB: NEOM), the pioneer in global mobile barcode management solutions, has today announced that it has entered into a strategic sales partnership with ScanNation® Corp. in which ScanNation will utilize NeoMedia’s NeoSphere™ barcode creation and management system as well as NeoReader®, the barcode reader application, to offer to ScanNation’s client base in the US and abroad.
ScanNation is promoting NeoMedia’s products as they provide a simple way for brands, advertisers, publishers and media companies to use mobile barcodes to immediately make media interactive, delivering a compelling brand experience that is targeted and measurable
As part of this new partnership, ScanNation is pleased to introduce ScanBites™; its own proprietary customer survey, feedback, and loyalty platform that will revolutionize the way customer surveys occur. Using smartphones, QR codes and the ScanBites solution, a business can now receive valuable feedback on their products and services, grow their customer base, and offer loyalty rewards to consumers in real time. This real time survey capability, driven by a QR code call to action, delivers a new way to query the consume http://www.neom.com/press/press_releases/neomedia- “We are truly excited about our ScanBites platform. We are changing the way in which a business can gather critical customer feedback. The days of filling out pen and paper surveys; receiving phone calls at inconvenient hours; or taking online surveys hours, days, or weeks after the experience are a thing of the past.”, said Jeffrey Firestone, president and CEO of ScanNation. “We are very pleased to work with NeoMedia, a long time innovator in mobile barcodes globally.”
“NeoMedia continually looks to drive innovations and deliver first class services through our already formidable patent portfolio and industry expertise. Our partnership with ScanNation extends our sales channel to new customers and geographies and we look forward to working together” said Laura Marriott, Chief Executive Office of NeoMedia Technologies, Inc.