AVSystem’s Linkyfi Platform Chosen by a Number of Premium Companies

Business 24 September 2015

Linkyfi, AVSystem’s WiFi management and e-marketing solution, has been selected by numerous companies and is successfully being used in many locations

Linkyfi has proven that WiFi management is yet another one of AVSystem’s areas of expertise. Such companies as Ikea, Leroy Merlin and Costa Coffee have all selected Linkyfi as a solution used not only for managing their WiFi, but also turning the Internet connection into a marketing tool.

The solution’s wide range of possibilities makes it suitable for diverse types of facilities. So far, Linkyfi is present in Poland’s biggest shopping malls as well as in all of the country’s main railway stations. Altogether the system is now managing more than 1200 access points in Ikea and Leroy Merlin alone, and more than 250 just within the railway stations. Also, all 100 of Eurobank’s locations are using AVSystem’s Linkyfi. In general, today Linkyfi provides value-added services to more than 10 000 access points around the world. Although the numbers speak for themselves, that isn’t all. Linkyfi is also present at major mass events, for example at the Woodstock Festival, the biggest open-air festival in Europe. This is how diverse and complete the WiFi management and marketing solution can be.

Linkyfi’s options as a marketing tool are endless and, most importantly, fully customizable. From marketing campaigns and mobile advertising to indoor location, the solution’s functionalities make the system much more than just a regular WiFi management solution.

“Netia S.A. confirms that AVSystem has delivered WiFi management and marketing platform for multiple clients including biggest shopping malls and coffee chains in Poland. Our experience with AVSystem and also its mature and complex Linkyfi platform allow us to recommend them as a trustworthy partner and supplier of such solutions.”, said Krzysztof Jaworski, Product Manager at Netia S.A which is the second largest telecom operator in Poland.

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