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Tomizone revs up free Wi-Fi for Audi Centre Sydney

The Audi Centre Sydney has installed Tomizone’s Lightswitch Portal and Dashboard, meaning a managed service that delivers free Wi-Fi to Audi Centre Sydney customers. 

Tomizone has announced it has ‘secured the rights to deliver Wi-Fi services for Audi Centre Sydney, Australia’s flagship Audi dealership.’

The dealership will roll-out Tomizone’s Lightswitch Portal and Dashboard hardware and software to provide engaging in-venue experiences for Audi customers visiting the showroom or service facility.

In addition, Audi Centre Sydney is also ‘deploying Tomizone’s mobile Chauffeur Wi-Fi solution on all courtesy shuttle buses for Audi Centre Sydney customers.’

Tomizone’s CEO, Geoff Wanless, noted the importance of delivering an end-to-end solution for customers: “This partnership demonstrates how we are able to deliver solutions that complement the objectives of an innovative luxury brand by providing a customised approach.

“We look forward to working with Audi Centre Sydney and growing this significant relationship further.”

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For Audi, which we are told is ‘a brand synonymous with setting new standards in technology and premium customer experience,’ the partnership with Tomizone delivers another level of customer service by creating invaluable, secure digital connections with customers.

Tomizone describes itself as a ‘Wi-Fi software company that powers in-venue digital experiences that drive consumer engagement and revenue. Its vision is to create the best Wi-Fi software products and sell them to the world. The company mission is to connect customers to consumers through Wi-Fi experiences.’

Today, Tomizone operates in 80+ countries, ‘focusing on accommodation, transportation & hubs, retail, metro & campus, and hospitality — while expanding into new verticals where Wi-Fi engagement becomes increasingly critical for venues.’

The company boasts more than 1,500 customers and says it is ‘managing over 26 million Wi-Fi sessions per year.’


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