aspsms.com Newsletter, 02.2012
Dear Joachim von Watt
As a registered client of ASPSMS youget the latest information about our newly available SMS applications.Contents
Case study: SMS increase revenue
LaserLounge Ltd. is a classic video and games library. Customers rent movies and games seven days a week. The retail business makes more than 80% of its revenue on weekends, from Friday to Sunday. The management was looking for a way to better advertise the weak revenue days from Monday to Thursday and to stimulate the business for those days. The main target was to increase revenue.
A simple way to get customers into the store surely are price reductions. Movie theatres usually offer low price tickets every Monday. The LaserLounge management didn't like this kind of general discount, because they were afraid to lose revenue of the already regularly paying daily customers. It would make more sense to grant discount to certain specific customers only.
LaserLounge had approximately 2000 customers. Half of them have declared their mobile phone number. The Management decided now to send out every Monday to Friday's eve at 19:30h an SMS with the following content to some customers:
"Tomorrow is your Happy Day! Rent all Movies for half price - CHF4.- instead of CHF8.-. We are looking forward to see you! Your LaserLounge team"
Because there are around 20 Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays in a month, SMS were sent to a twentieth of the customers with known mobile phone number - equals 50 customers.
In the beginning, the SMSBLASTER software was used to send out the SMS manually. This took only about 5 minutes a day, so the idea could be tested without causing too much cost or need of extra resources.
The success was very surprising.
The total weekly revenue from Monday to Thursday was increased by 20% as well as the revenue of each of those days. The weekend revenue didn't decrease at all.
Because of this success, the process was automated in a second step.
The customer database was accessed by software. SMS were sent out from Sunday to Wednesday evenings at 19:30h to a twentieth of the customers. When such a customer entered the LaserLounge, the point of sales software recognized that he actually had his Happy Day and granted a 50% discount. Every new customer was expressly informed about the Happy Day-offer. The sales person said after entering the address data:
"Once a month we have the so called Happy Day. At this day you are entitled to rent all movies for half the price. The evening before a Happy Day, our customers are informed by SMS. May we also send such an SMS to you?"
Most of the customers agreed and declared their mobile phone number.
Since then, the LaserLounge was expanding and got more than 15,000 customers. As before, the Happy Day is being advertised by SMS.
And that's how it's done:
List your ASPSMS application at our 3rd-party solutions!
Take the chance and additionally advertise your own ASPSMS based softwaree.g. your content management system or your branch specific solution thatsends SMS through the ASPSMS system on:
That's how it works:
Examples for an listing on ASPSMS 3rd-party solutions:
Products based on the
|Purpose and business examples
|SMS tools for End Users
|SMS Blaster Winlog
|Microsoft Office Outlook 2013-2016: Email to SMS
|Microsoft Office Outlook 2010 Mobile Service
|Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Mobile Service
|SMSBLASTER web edition
|SMS Blaster Windows Edition
|SMS touch for iPhone and iPod touch
|ECO-SMS - Ökologische SMS!
|see price list for details
|Jabber-Client Chatopus for Palm OS
|small one-time payment
|delight Software GmbH
|see price list for details
|ASPSMS Widget for Mac
|SMS scripts and interfaces for developers
|ASPSMS Dot Net Assembly on NuGet
|ASPSMS JSON API (REST)
|C# Microsoft ASP.NET Identity MVC (for SOAP)
|Node.js interface for ASPSMS
|PHP Class for ASPSMS SOAP web service
|SOAP Web Service
|ASPSMS SMTP Interface
|VBscript Class (ASP)
|PHP - Python - C# - Java
|Jabber to SMS for Server Admins
|free (open source)
|SMS Blaster Visual Basic Source Code
|Supported networks around the world
Supported operators in your country: