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Our solution accepts SMS texts and phone calls. Additionally, Sproxil provides their clients with access to an online portal, where they can view market data and analysis and gain greater insight on the purchasing habits of their consumers.
The counterfeit product industry is estimated to be as much as $600 billion/year, which means that legitimate brand owners are losing huge profit from sales. By providing consumers a way to validate the genuineness of their product, consumers are drawn to purchase genuine brands. The solution allows brand owners to get back sales that were lost to counterfeiters by ensuring that customers only buy genuine products.
Return on investment
Brand owners can increase their profit by getting back sales lost to counterfeiters. Before customers were able to determine the genuineness of their product, they sought cheaper alternatives to medicines, which generally tended to be counterfeit. Now that customers can verify their products, they can avoid the counterfeit products and purchase the genuine brand. This increase in profit comes at a low per-unit cost to the brand owner. The consumer does not pay for the text sent to Sproxil, and thus provides no financial investment. The investment of their time, however, returns assurance that the product is genuine, and their health and livelihood preserved from dangerous fake products.
On the consumer level, we provide two options for verifying the genuineness of their product: SMS text or phone call. For our clients, the brand owners, we provide access to a client portal, which allows them to gain greater insight on their markets. Our solution is protected by a robust, back-end and a highly-trained staff in the U.S.
Professional Services Industry
Very Small Business (Less than 50 employees)
Small Business (50 to 99 employees)
Midmarket Business (100 to 499 employees)
Midmarket Business (500 to 1000 employees)
Large Business (greater than 1000 employees)
Countries/regions available for distribution
Date last modified: Jun 10, 2013