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Thursday, 26 October 2017 13:27

Skyfii signs Italian supermarket chain


Local data analytics and marketing services company Skyfii has secured a five-year contract with an Italian supermarket chain.

Skyfii provides cloud services that take advantage of existing Wi-Fi networks, Bluetooth beacons and other technologies to allow venues to analyse the behaviour of anonymous visitors and collect data from those who choose to take advantage of the venue's Wi-Fi service.

The company has signed a five-year contract with a leading (but undisclosed) Italian supermarket chain covering 285 stores throughout Italy.

Italy's large supermarket chains include Conad, Coop Italia, Crai and Sisa.

The deal was won in conjunction with distributor Telcomms and value-added partner, Tecnosistemi.

“Our deployment of data analytics services with this leading Italian supermarket brand is another milestone in the IO platform’s continuing success within overseas markets," said Skyfii chief executive Wayne Arthur.

"Skyfii’s appointment as the chain’s new analytics solution provider gives credence to our position as a market leading service provider.”

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