NFC Paging. Solving real world problems with mobile phones?

Narian Technologies, an innovator in Near Field Communication, is launching the next generation in Customer Service. It’s called NFC Paging and Narian tell us that for the thousands of consumers who have tried it, they want it in every store or restaurant they go to from now on.

The company explains that in practise the solution requires just two steps.

  • Step 1: Tap an NFC phone to a Narian enabled NFC Tag. (10’s of millions of NFC phones, in consumer pockets, today)
  • Step 2: The Employee is paged, and must Tap their NFC ID Badge to a customers phone. Confirming to management they got to the customer fast.

Says Narian, in their news release;

Everyone has been there. On average, people lose as much as 1 hour per day, just waiting for service or trying to find it, in every type or store or restaurant. Businesses lose $2 Trillion in lost sales, every year, due to poor customer service. Now, it’s easy for both consumers and management to make sure that employees get to customers.

The first 500 Retailers and Restaurants to start using Narian’s Patented NFC Paging Technology, get the service Free, for Life. The system takes 30 seconds to get started, and costs nothing to try.

It includes many unique features like:

  •     Instatap technology, which allows consumers to start using it in store or restaurant, out of the box, with no complex install or instruction.
  •     Retailers and Restaurants can be up and running, in minutes.
  •     Incorporates the smartest and most powerful advertising and marketing capabilities of any mobile technology, yet.
  •     No technical skills required, No complex hardware or software, and No change to current employee workflow.
  •     One Step NFC Tag Writer Application, available Free. Works with the majority of NFC Tags.
  •     Employees securely access request notifications via choice of browser, tablet app, text message, email, voice, and more.
  •     The whole consumer experience looks and feels like that business, from start to finish.

“NFC is here today, but most people don’t even know it. The reason people don’t, is because it’s pushed as either a mobile payment technology, or a novelty for hobbyists. The reality is that NFC is the fastest growing, and most powerful technology today. Narian realized years ago, that NFC could make lives better, in a completely new and revolutionary way. To be frank, customer service sucks today, and takes too long. Whether consumers are trying to get service at a restaurant, or find help in a store. The simple fact is that everyone has experienced a lack of quality, when it comes to service”,  said Einhar Rosenberg, CEO of Narian Technologies. “Now not all service is bad. But all consumers have experienced good service, and bad service. What Narian wants to do, is give businesses and consumers, a smart and intuitive technology, that’s designed to not solve the service dilemma, but at least make it a lot better. It’s the real world, so even technology can’t make service perfect, but it can dramatically improve it today, with Narian’s NFC Paging technology.” 

Try it Free, by going to www.NFCPaging.com. Consumers just need to see the NFC Logo, and if it’s a Narian Enabled NFC Tag, everything is automatic. The solution works on the majority of leading phones out today, including the Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC One X / EVO, and dozens of other phones. Running on networks from AT&T, Verizon Wireless, Sprint, and T-Mobile.  Android Play Market  can be found here 

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Categories: Near Field Communications

Author:Steve Atkins

As well as the head of the Krowne Communications Group, Steve Atkins is also the Editor in Chief of Contactless Intelligence – covering contactless, NFC, mobile and cloud-based technologies. Even with over twenty five years of experience in the high tech industry, he is still fascinated with all kinds of technology and the impact it has upon end users. He is currently based in Berlin, Germany.

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