Zonetail partners with Smith Micro to enhance hospitality app mobile marketing features

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Zonetail, a free mobile app and platform for the hospitality industry, has announced a partnership with mobile software provider, Smith Micro, to deploy its NetWise Captivate solution to enhance Zonetail’s apps, helping hotels connect their amenities more easily to their guests.

Smith Micro’s NetWise Captivate collects and analyses foot traffic data for hospitality businesses



NetWise Captivate will help to collect and analyse foot traffic in real-time to help hospitality businesses predict their consumer profiles and gain a better understanding of consumer intent through Zonetail’s mobile platform.

Mark Holmes, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Zonetail, says:

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“We chose to work with Smith Micro because of their long-standing legacy as a leader in wireless technology and expert knowledge of embedded mobile software. The NetWise Captivate solution gives us the ability to capture behavior-based consumer data from smartphones to enhance our anchored local platform with intelligent, personalized marketing engagement.”

Insights gained through NetWise Captivate help hotels provide customised mobile notifications, including offers and virtual assistance, to its guests. Engagement remains consistent over time, following a booking and throughout a consumer’s visit. Hoteliers can also prompt guests to leave feedback through a mobile survey.

Carla Fitzgerald, Chief Marketing Officer, Smith Micro, adds:

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“NetWise Captivate is a perfect complement to Zonetail’s platform, adding sophisticated device analytics and triggers to precisely target guests with the right information or offers at the right time. We’re excited to help Zonetail deliver the type of personalized engagement that every industry needs to foster brand loyalty and build valuable, long-term customer relationships.”

Zonetail plans to deploy NetWise Captivate during Q2 2016 to a select group of hotel and condo properties. Following initial trials, it will roll out the technology further throughout the year.