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Sionic Mobile CEO, Ron Herman, Featured on FinTech Insider Podcast

BY: Sam Maule Oct 11, 2017

Source: Fintech Insider

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On episode 139 of the Fintech Insider Podcast, Sam talks to Ron Herman, founder and CEO at Sionic Mobile, an Atlanta cloud-based connected commerce platform company. Sam explores their work on a connected in-car gateway, beacons and how brands can leverage their presence.

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Sionic Mobile – Pushing the Barriers of Mobile Commerce

BY: Retail CIO Outlook July 2017

Source: Retail CIO Outlook

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Sionic Mobile is featured in the July 2017 edition of Retail CIO Outlook on pages 15 and 22:

See Ron Herman's feature in Retail CIO Outlook July 2017 edition. See Ron Herman’s feature in Retail CIO Outlook July 2017 edition.

Sionic Mobile is a proud Retail Mobility provider. Sionic Mobile is a proud Retail Mobility provider.

Sionic Mobile’s Coud-Based Technology Powers the Loyalty and Mobile Payment Apps Used by Millions of Consumers

BY: Jim Harris JUN 16 2017

Source: Retail Merchandiser

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Consumers and retailers in ever-increasing numbers look to smartphones to make shopping and marketing even easier. Developing and maintaining the apps that make these experiences so convenient, however, takes a great deal of knowledge and commitment.

Sionic Mobile works tirelessly to perfect the technology that many of its users might take for granted. Established in 2010, the company initially launched its mobile reward app engine – the ION Commerce Engine™ (ICE) – in shops and restaurants in 42 U.S. airports. After learning that the apps powered by the ICE were not being used or adopted in the way that it had hoped, the company sought to improve the technology.

“We initially underestimated what it took for the people behind the counter to process a mobile reward,” says Ronald Herman, CEO of the Atlanta-based company. “We regrouped and told ourselves that we had to make that part of the process better.”

“Over the past six years, we’ve gone to the marketplace and tested our various components to see how they’ve worked, including testing behavior behind the counter with merchant staff. We believe we have perfected that,” he adds. “Then we tested our mobile payment platform and improved our fraud-detection system. We have a low-cost, quick-to-market way to test the functionality of our platform.”

Important Partners
The cloud-based mobile commerce company develops and provides loyalty applications for major corporations including General Motors, which uses ICE within its MyBuick, MyChevrolet, MyCadillac and MyGMC apps. Each of those apps includes the OnStar AtYourService platform, which offers special offers and rewards to customers. “That’s where our content lives,” Herman says.

The company also provides mobile pay apps to merchants. Sionic Mobile partners with JP Morgan Chase to process payments made through these apps. These include payments made through Visa cards, as the bank is one of the largest issuers of Visa in the nation.

In addition to powering apps offered by car brands, hotels, airlines, retailers and others, Sionic Mobile’s ICE system can be found within its own apps. The ION Rewards app, targeted to consumers, offers rewards points for goods from many national businesses. Mobile Rewards Marketplace (MRM), is a web and mobile app offered to businesses. Both apps are available for iOS and Android phones.

Sionic Mobile’s in-house development team writes the code for its mobile apps as well as for the ICE platform. One of the company’s contracted partners, The Websuasion Group LLC, developed and provides coding for Sionic Mobile’s website, web-based apps and MRM web portals. Sionic Mobile, its merchants and other partners use the portals to track transaction and customer information.

“Our web portals are an integral part of our solution; they allow users to see everything that’s happening on our apps in real time,” Herman says. “The Websuasion Group has done a good job of making our web apps accessible from all devices.”

Ongoing Investments
Sionic Mobile is now in what Herman describes as an “extreme growth mode” as a result of many new users its partners are bringing to its Marketplace. The company is increasing the number of merchant locations in which its apps are used from 108,000 to 2.2 million nationwide. “In the next 15 to 18 months we expect, between all of our mobile app partners, to have more than 200 million apps already present on users’ first or second screen,” he says.

To handle this new traffic, Sionic Mobile is working closely with Chase to ensure payments are processed effectively as well as investing heavily in cloud storage. The company’s platform resides in Amazon’s cloud and is supported by servers located regionally for fail-safe and redundancy.

Sionic Mobile is also investing heavily in its proprietary GeoSense® iBeacon network. The company is equipping all of its merchant locations with iBeacons, which support push notifications to apps equipped with its beacon listening code. These notifications include welcome messages as well as one-tap mobile checkouts, both of which drive more frequent app use. “We’re expecting, by this time next year, to have more beacons in more places than anyone else,” Herman says.

Sionic Mobile Boosts Mobile Loyalty and Payments Platform With RevTrax SmartOffers

BY: Business Wire March 21, 2017 7:45 AM EDT

Source: Business Wire

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ATLANTA & NEW YORK–Sionic Mobile and RevTrax today announced the integration of the ION Commerce Engine™ (ICE) mobile loyalty and payments platform with RevTrax SmartOffers®, enabling retailers and consumer packaged goods (CPG) providers to better engage and connect with millions of Rewards App users nationwide. Users will now have access to digital coupons for products at nearby retailers and free, exclusive perks on top of the instant rewards received for every mobile payment transaction.

“Retailers are mindful that digital and mobile influence is largely impacting the current consumer path to purchase, however, most retailers have not been able to effectively integrate this into actionable initiatives,” said Seth Sarelson, COO and co-founder of RevTrax. “The addition of digital, personalized incentives and offers to Sionic Mobile’s popular ICE mobile loyalty and payments platform provides merchants with the tools needed to deliver one-to-one marketing campaigns. Retailers and CPGs will now have the ability to deliver the ideal offer to consumers within spending distance, further building brand loyalty and enhancing the customer experience.”

Sionic Mobile’s ICE platform allows partners’ Rewards App users to pay for purchases with their phones and instantly earn rewards in their favored loyalty currency via the Mobile Rewards Marketplace™, which includes more than 100,000 retail locations. The robust RevTrax technology will now underpin savings and perks functions of the ICE platform, giving consumers an exclusive advantage to save and enjoy free goods and services. The Mobile Rewards Marketplace is comprised of large chain retailers and small businesses alike. It uses a secure cloud-based service on mobile devices or a merchant’s existing POS system, eliminating the need for new equipment. The Marketplace works alongside existing, standalone rewards programs. Marketplace merchants accept mobile payments that are safe, secure and processed by J.P. Morgan Chase.

“This is truly the tri-fecta of digital incentives: Rewards, Savings and Perks,” said Ronald Herman, CEO and founder of Sionic Mobile. “The addition of personalized incentives using IBM Watson and unique discounts allow retailers to better connect with consumers, generate awareness and build loyalty, all while providing a measurable ROI. The result is one of the industry’s most robust and intuitive mobile commerce platforms on the market. Incorporating RevTrax SmartOffers with our proven loyalty and payments engine will be a game changer for retailers that will not only amplify customer engagement and the overall user experience, but also provide a significant edge in a crowded mobile marketplace.”

Sionic Mobile’s ICE platform is integrated with popular payment terminals and POS systems for enterprise clients, supports mobile payments from most any iOS or Android device and any bank-issued credit or debit card.

About Sionic Mobile
Midtown Atlanta-based Sionic Mobile, a cloud-based mobile commerce company, provides white-label mobile pay and loyalty applications to partners and clients delivering rewards, savings and perks to millions of mobile consumers. The award-winning ION Commerce Engine™ (ICE) and Company-owned, GeoSense® iBeacon network drives greater adoption and more frequent app use for partners and merchants. The ICE platform features IBM Watson Analytics for partners and enterprise retailers. The Company also operates the nation’s fastest growing Mobile Rewards Marketplace™, comprised of large chain retailers and small businesses alike. Merchants pay a small fee when mobile customers pay with their app and the Company shares the fee with partners. Visit www.SionicMobile.com.

About RevTrax®
RevTrax empowers meaningful growth for brands by engaging their most valuable consumers with relevant promotional content and converting them into lifelong customers. A combination of our MarTech platform, data insights, and suite of analytics services provides a more effective and intelligent way for clients to test, target, analyze and measure promotional investments. The result is better planning, optimized budgets, great consumer experiences and higher ROI. Founded in 2008, RevTrax is based in New York City and was highly rated in Crain’s ‘Top 100 Best places to work in New York City’. All trademarks are the exclusive property of RevTrax.

Contacts
For Sionic Mobile
Anna Stanley, 678-781-3072
anna@williammills.com
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For RevTrax
Brittany Garcia, 805-727-0967
Brittany@matchfire.com

Sionic Mobile, Customer Engagement Technologies Partner to Provide Mobile Loyalty and Payments to Underbanked

BY: Business Wire March 15, 2017 07:45 AM EDT

Source: Business Wire

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ATLANTA & RENO, Nev.– Sionic Mobile and Customer Engagement Technologies (CET) today announced a partnership to provide mobile loyalty and instant universal rewards to the underbanked. PaySwag, a mobile app by CET that works on improving the payment experience for the underbanked, is integrating Sionic Mobile’s ION Commerce Engine™ (ICE) to enable the loading of cash into a mobile wallet, allowing app users to pay for purchases with their phones and instantly earn rewards via the Mobile Rewards MarketplaceTM which includes more than 100,000 retail locations. Additionally, the PaySwag-ICE integration will utilize credit and debit card processing through J.P. Morgan Chase.

“We are pleased to partner with Sionic Mobile to provide the underbanked with a universal, user-friendly rewards program,” said Max Haynes, CEO of Customer Engagement Technologies. “The underbanked are also under-rewarded and until now there really haven’t been any mobile loyalty or incentive programs. The Mobile Rewards Marketplace is unique in that there are no cumbersome requirements and restrictions on when and how the rewards can be used, no expiration dates and most importantly, users can earn and spend rewards at any of the retail locations in the Marketplace, nationwide. Like Sionic Mobile, we designed PaySwag with the user experience first and foremost and integrating with the Marketplace boosts the value we are able to offer app users.”

Customer Engagement Technologies’ mobile application simplifies the collections process for underbanked consumers, businesses and governments by allowing cash or card payments and offering reward, education and feedback engines. PaySwag is integrated with more than 17,000 retail locations accepting cash payments for debts such as auto payments, medical bills and government fines. By combining mobile access and alternative payment technology, the CET platform gives people the tools they need to make on-time payments and rewards them for doing so. Using mobile gamification to transform how the underbanked interact with lenders, municipalities and healthcare, PaySwag makes payments more accessible, rewarding, consistent and likely.

“Our Mobile Rewards Marketplace is simple in design making it easy to navigate, but built on proven technology, delivering powerful results,” said Ron Herman, CEO of Sionic Mobile. “By providing instant rewards to app users, the Marketplace helps drive adoption and usage of apps like PaySwag, better engages current customers and helps attract new users. We are pleased to work with the Customer Engagement Technologies team to fill a void in the market by offering a feature-rich rewards program to a large and typically underserved market.”

The Mobile Rewards Marketplace is comprised of large chain retailers and small businesses alike. It uses a secure cloud-based service on mobile devices or a merchant’s existing POS system, eliminating the need for new equipment. The Marketplace works alongside existing, standalone rewards programs. Marketplace merchants accept mobile payments that are safe, secure and processed by J.P. Morgan Chase. To find out more, visit www.mobilerewardsmarketplace.com. Also visit www.payswag.com.

About Sionic Mobile
Midtown Atlanta-based Sionic Mobile, a cloud-based mobile commerce company, provides white-label mobile pay and loyalty applications to partners and clients delivering rewards, savings and perks to millions of mobile consumers. The award-winning ION Commerce Engine (ICE) and Company-owned, GeoSense® iBeacon network drives greater adoption and more frequent app use for partners and merchants. The ICE platform features IBM Watson Analytics for partners and enterprise retailers. The Company also operates the nation’s fastest growing Mobile Rewards Marketplace, comprised of large chain retailers and small businesses alike. Merchants pay a small fee when mobile customers pay with their app and the Company shares the fee with partners. Visit www.SionicMobile.com.

About Customer Engagement Technologies (CET)
A Reno, Nevada-based FinTech disruptor fundamentally changing how consumers interact with both business and government, CET has developed white-label, Mobile First Solutions that transform how the underbanked interact with lenders, municipalities and healthcare. Customer Engagement Technologies addresses a number of constraints of traditional financial services, especially as it pertains to 1/3 of the U.S. population who are classified as underbanked, yet overwhelmingly use smartphones. By enhancing communications, providing financial literacy and allowing for cash payments, CET has filled a void for a large sector of the U.S. population. Customer Engagement Technologies makes payments more accessible, rewarding and likely. Visit www.cetmobile.com.

Contacts
For Sionic Mobile
Anna Stanley, 678-781-3072
anna@williammills.com
or
For CET/PaySwag
Mike Canney, 775-336-3100
mikec@cetmobile.com

Sionic Mobile Featured In February 2017 Issue Of The Nilson Report

BY: The Nilson Report February 2017

Source: The Nilson Report

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Sionic Mobile was featured in the February 2017 issue of The Nilson Report (Issue 1103). Download a PDF article here:

February 2017 Nilson Report Excerpt

Accelerating mobile commerce and loyalty programs with Sionic Mobile’s Ronald Herman

BY: Zack Miller Feb 9th, 2017

Source: Tradestreaming

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So many retailers are shooting to emulate Starbucks’ loyalty program. But they’re falling short. Way short. Why is that?
On the Tradestreaming Podcast this week, I speak with the founder and CEO of Sionic Mobile, Ronald Herman. Sionic is a mobile commerce platform provider and a fast-growing loyalty marketplace. We chat about the challenges and opportunities for SMBs to really embrace mobile commerce and how his firm designed a solution to minimize this friction. We talk about how e-gift card rails weren’t designed for large loyalty programs. Lastly, we discuss the industry’s struggles with a payment consortium and how a marketplace structure could be a better mousetrap.

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  • Some core problems prevent SMBs from embracing mobile commerce and loyalty programs.
  • Sionic Mobile’s Ronald Herman joins us on the podcast this week.

Loyalty and mobile commerce: two sides of the same coin
We actually define mobile commerce a little differently than the rest of the market does. We tie rewards and customer rewards to the amount spent inside a shop, restaurant, and service place. But we also bundle that with advertising, special offers, and soon, with digital couponing that’s personalized down to the location of the mobile device. Very big retailers have very loyal and enthusiastic customers but for secondary tier and SMBs that can’t afford a big loyalty program, we can help augment their operations through our loyalty marketplace.

The difference between enterprise retail and SMBs

We started Sionic Mobile six years ago with the same chicken and egg scenario most entrepreneurs face: how do we get users onto a platform without inventory? For us, inventory is the ability to pay with your phone and collect rewards. We decided to go down the e-gift card rail. Our backend actually goes out and buys a digital gift card for the exact amount of purchase, presents it on the phone at the point of sale, and then turn around and credit rewards to the customer. Our whole goal is to create a big, rich marketplace where you can use an existing app on your device, accrue points, and spend them at any of the partners on the marketplace. No need to carry 27 loyalty punchcards.

It’s been really successful but as we get larger partners on the network, it’s a very costly proposition for companies like Staples and Lowes. So, now we still manage the payment but we integrate it through the payment terminals like Ingenico and Verifone or directly into large retailers’ POS systems. This way we cut out the expensive e-gift card rail which wasn’t developed for this purpose.

What’s coming down the pike for mobile commerce and loyalty.
My very first company back in ’92 used artificial intelligence to convert hand printed information into digital. I have AI in my blood. Recently, my friends at GM coined the term “cognitive commerce.” Cars are smart, know if you’re low on fuel, what the weather’s late and the last time it was servcies. IBM Watson will analyze these car habits, along with driving habits and soon, shopping habits. The dashboard and infotainment buttons will change based on what the car believes you’d be interested along the roof.

What happens when passengers leave the vehicle? You’re kind of in a black hole. What we’re doing, with the same IBM Watson backend, picks up where you leave the vehicle and takes customers round trip through the IBM cognitive commerce engine. You’ll have a much better dining and shopping experience based on the history of your habits.

Sionic Mobile Launches The Mobile Rewards Marketplace™

BY: Business Wire Jan 31, 2017 7:45 AM EST

Source: Business Wire

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ATLANTA–Sionic Mobile today announced the launch of a fully digital, Mobile Rewards Marketplace for small-to-medium sized business merchants (SMBs) and large chain retailers. Available early February, the Marketplace for SMBs is powered by the company’s award-winning ION Commerce Engine™ (ICE) and features speedy sign up, low-cost, bulk-rate mobile payments, merchant controlled rewards and untethered reach to millions of big-brand Mobile Rewards App consumers.

There are no upfront costs, complex integrations or expensive technology upgrades required to join the Marketplace. The Mobile Rewards Marketplace, a cloud-based web and mobile app solution, works alongside existing point of sale (POS) systems and standalone rewards programs.

The new Marketplace for enterprise retailers features automated data analysis and data-driven dashboards powered by IBM Watson Analytics, enabling Mobile Rewards App partners and enterprise retailers, who are integrated with Sionic Mobile’s ICE platform, to better engage and connect with mobile consumers. These analytics provide powerful insights related to customers’ spending traits across the entire Marketplace, and in turn, allows enterprise retailers to dynamically adjust rewards and deliver individualized offers using simple business rules.

“The Mobile Rewards Marketplace is a game changer for both SMB and large retail merchants,” said Ronald Herman, CEO and founder of Sionic Mobile. “We’re not aware of any other mobile payments and rewards offering that allows SMB owners to go mobile in five minutes or less, with no upfront cost or monthly fees, and immediately reach nearby Mobile Rewards App users. Likewise, our combined iBeacon-enabled ICE platform and Mobile Rewards Marketplace – an industry first – uniquely addresses in-store mobile payments and rewards for both retailer-branded mobile apps and the broader Marketplace cooperative, optimizing distinctly different use cases with a single integration.”

For SMB merchant members of the Mobile Rewards Marketplace, sales are entered as usual. Owners or staff use the free Marketplace mobile app to accept mobile-to-mobile payments using a QR Code or 3-digit code from the customer’s phone. That’s it. Immediately following a successful mobile checkout, customers receive instant rewards (points, miles, etc.) in their Mobile Rewards App. SMBs pay ONLY when accepting a mobile-to-mobile payment – 1% success fee, low card payment fee, and whatever reward they choose to give their mobile customers – typically 2% to 10% of checkout amounts.

Sionic Mobile’s ICE platform combines an extensive GeoSense® iBeacon network with important market insights, enabling custom greetings to consumers that drive awareness and generate more frequent app usage at businesses in the Marketplace. Additionally, the platform is integrated with popular payment terminals and POS systems for enterprise clients, supports mobile payments from most any iOS or Android device and any bank-issued credit or debit card. ICE payments are safe, secure and processed by J.P. Morgan Chase.

About Sionic Mobile
Midtown Atlanta-based Sionic Mobile, a cloud-based mobile commerce company, provides white-label mobile pay and loyalty applications to partners and clients delivering rewards, savings and perks to millions of mobile consumers. The award-winning ION Commerce Engine (ICE) and Company-owned, GeoSense® iBeacon network drives greater adoption and more frequent app use for partners and merchants. The ICE platform features IBM Watson Analytics for partners and enterprise retailers. The Company also operates the nation’s fastest growing Mobile Rewards Marketplace, comprised of large chain retailers and small businesses alike. Merchants pay a small fee when mobile customers pay with their app and the Company shares the fee with partners. Visit www.SionicMobile.com.

Contacts For Sionic Mobile
Anna Stanley, 678-781-3072
anna@williammills.com

Airports send a clear signal to Bluetooth beacons

BY: John Adams Dec 16 2016, 12∶01am EST

Source: Payments Source

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Bluetooth beacons, which communicate with consumers’ apps as they enter and leave stores, have been bouncing around the retail industry for a few years looking for the right combination of foot traffic, product and customer experience.

Airports, which combine all three of those factors, are a particularly good spot for the technology, says Sionic Mobile CEO Ronald Herman.

“In the travel sector the volume is important, and the biggest issue is speed,” Herman said, noting that at one of the Popeye’s locations in Atlanta’s Hartsfield Airport there’s a line “no matter how many cashiers are behind the counter.”

The Atlanta-based Sionic is testing its new beacon deployment at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, which usually trades back and forth with Chicago’s O’Hare Airport as the world’s busiest. Sionic is pairing Apple iBeacons with its Sionic ION Loyalty app and the Oracle Micros/ION Commerce Engine point of sale system in an attempt to speed check in, loyalty rewards, ordering and payments at a group of Mack II eateries in the Atlanta airport.

Mack II operates Famous Famiglia Pizzeria, Baja Fresh Mexican, Phillips Seafood, Atlanta Bread, We Juice It and Popeye’s Chicken locations at the airport. The three initial restaurants are the pizza chain, Atlanta Bread Company and Phillips Seafood, a mix of a ‘grab and go,’ buffet bar and sit down restaurant, giving Sionic a view of beacon performance at a variety of restaurant types.

The other Atlanta airport restaurant locations will come on board early in 2017 and Sionic plans to deploy the in 73 other airports where it does business. Sionic will also collaborate with other apps, such as GM OnStar and other partners that it will announce in the near term, Herman said, adding Sionic will stick with travel-related use cases because of the mix of volume and the need for fast transactions.

Sionic’s goal is to go from a push notification when a consumer enters the store, a welcome message, offers and the “go to pay” button with Sionic’s three digit transaction code in about a minute. “There’s no card to hand over and the phone doesn’t leave the owner’s hands,” Herman said. “It’s all done through the cloud.”

Retailers and payment companies have used beacons for years, taking advantage of the technology’s ability to pair a user’s’ smartphone location to a store for uses ranging from location based marketing to bank-retailer partnerships, but have run into challenges because of issues such as store design.

There are also other potential uses for beacon technology at airports that make them an interesting deployment choice, according to Tim Sloane, vice president of payments innovation and director of the emerging technologies advisory service at Mercator. Airports have been the focus of other mobile payment initiatives, partly because of the airline’s use of mobile apps to help travelers navigate to their plane and retrieve boarding passes. “If the airline has a secure mobile app it could utilize the app and [Bluetooth Low Energy] to recognize the individual at the gate, to notify the individual to come to the counter if required and accept the boarding pass as the person enters the gate,” Sloane said. “It would be particularly interesting if airports and airlines worked together to define an architecture and interoperability.”

The timing is right for a major beacon deployment because of what Herman sees as a frustration with chip card payments—a large part of Sionic’s pitch is its ability to use a mobile app to bypass a traditional point of sale. “The EMV dip takes far too long and it leave lines,” he said.

The buzz surrounding Amazon’s new “no cashier” store also helps, according to Herman. “We believe that in the near future, and I’m talking within the next six months, there will be pilot tests out there for stores similar to Amazon,” he said.

Sionic Mobile Supercharges Its ION Commerce Engine With IBM Watson Analytics

BY: Business Wire Dec 14, 2016 7:15 AM EST

Source: Business Wire

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ATLANTA–Sionic Mobile today announced its award-winning ION Commerce Engine (ICE) now features automated data analysis and data-driven dashboards powered by IBM Watson Analytics, enabling partners and retailers to better engage and connect with millions of Mobile Rewards App users nationwide.

Sionic Mobile’s ICE mobile payments and loyalty platform combines an extensive GeoSenseⓇ beacon network with powerful market insights, enabling merchants to develop highly effective mobile marketing and loyalty campaigns to drive awareness and generate more frequent app usage. The new analytics component provides actionable data in a user-friendly environment helping businesses identify customer spending traits, loyalty and transaction trends, as well as market and demographic data.

“We’re providing retailers a robust, intuitive mobile commerce platform without the complexities normally associated with this level of analytics,” said Ronald Herman, CEO and founder of Sionic Mobile. “Other platforms in the market tout AI capabilities, promising retailers a wealth of data to drive sales and boost revenue. In reality, most retailers lack the resources required to perform intricate analysis of often cryptic, inaccessible data, and instead of artificial intelligence, are left with artificial ignorance. Incorporating IBM Watson Analytics with our proven loyalty and payments commerce engine will be a game changer for retailers that will not only amplify customer engagment and the overall user experience, but will provide a significant edge in a crowded mobile marketplace.”

Sionic Mobile’s ICE platform is integrated with popular payment terminals and POS systems for enterprise clients, supports mobile payments from most any iOS or Android device and any bank-issued credit or debit card.

About Sionic Mobile
Midtown Atlanta-based Sionic Mobile, a cloud-based mobile commerce company, provides white-label mobile pay and loyalty applications to partners and clients delivering rewards, savings and perks to millions of mobile consumers. The award-winning ION Commerce Engine (ICE) and Company-owned, GeoSenseⓇ iBeacon network drives greater adoption and more frequent app use for partners and merchants. The ICE platform features IBM Watson Analytics for partners and clients. The Company also operates the nation’s fastest growing Mobile Rewards Marketplace, comprised of large chain retailers and small businesses alike. Merchants pay a small fee when mobile customers pay with their app and the Company shares the fee with partners. Small business merchants use ION LoyaltyⓇ web and mobile apps to join the Mobile Rewards Marketplace. Visit www.SionicMobile.com.

Contacts
For Sionic Mobile
Anna Stanley, 678-781-3072
anna@williammills.com