Atlanta-based Sionic Mobile is amCommerce company utilizing mobiledevices and cloud technology to connect merchants with nearby, ready-to-spend consumers. The company is the maker and provider of ION -- a fully digital mCommerce platform delivering mobile promotions, payments and rewards. These free apps, ION Loyalty and ION Rewards connect securely in the cloud for immediate and effortless checkouts.
Founded in 2010, Sionic Mobile has set out to revolutionize the mobile commerce experience by creating value for big or small merchants and consumers alike. Consumers earn double rewards when choosing to pay with an Electronic Check using the ION Rewards app, whether at one of the 30,000-plus national retail locations like Lowes,
ION Loyalty for merchants cuts credit card fees by 75%, helps increase high-margin sales and instantly thanks good customers for their repeat business. ION Rewards gives consumers 3% free fuel and rewards them every time they pay with their phone at any ION merchant.
The stand-alone, Sionic Mobile platform requires no integration with point of sale systems and may typically be setup in less than an hour.
Sionic Mobile with integrate with the
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VP, Business Development
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