Fort Lee, NJ (PRWEB) April 22, 2014
Clipix, a leading online curation and organizational utility platform announces today the integration of its technology with one of Japan’s leading credit card issuers, Credit Saison Co., and with its wholly-owned shopping loyalty/reward platform Eikyufumetsu (http://www.a-q-f.com). From today, Eikyufumetsu’s 25+ million members will have a simple and user-friendly way to store and organize all the items that they may want to purchase in the future on to Clipix’s clipboards system by “clipping” items from Eikyufumetsu’s vast network of participating retailers. This partnership will enable Eikyufumetsu members to take advantage of earning points through the Eikyufumetsu widely used loyalty point system even if the items are purchased through a member’s Clipix account.
“We are thrilled to be partnering with such a major player in the Japanese ecommerce space. Credit Saison is a Japanese household name, and their popular loyalty site is rich with consumer benefits and exciting features“ said Clipix Founder and CEO, Oded Berkowitz. “Japan is an amazing market, and this is our first of many future partnerships abroad. Wanting to save money and be more organized is a universal concept and our platform can work everywhere, while benefiting many industries”.
By integrating Clipix into their services, Credit Saison is streamlining the purchase process for their members who may see something that they want to buy through a participating partner retailer, but are not ready to purchase it at this time. Members are now able to login to Clipix or create a new account on Clipix by simply entering their Credit Saison’s “Net Answer” or “At You Net!” IDs. Clipix will assist Credit Saison members to organize anything from planning an event, planning a vacation or simply shopping for everyday life necessities. Clipix, a tool that lets you privately save and organize anything you see online into one central place will eliminate the need for customers to keep searching for the same products and log back into the Eikyufumetsu system in order to make purchases.
A key feature of Clipix is the patent-pending Price Drop Alert system, which notifies customers when an item they have selected and clipped into their account reaches their desired price. This feature suits the business goals of Credit Saison and Eikyufumetsu as customer convenience and services are at the crux of their corporate growth strategy. Eikyufumetsu members can easily link their Eikyufumetsu and Clipix accounts upon signup and feel confident that their purchases through their Clipix clipboards will result in Eikyufumetsu loyalty points. The Price Drop Alert system will help Japanese consumers become more easily aware of sales and discounts, thus expanding the sales volume for Credit Saison through its Eikyufumetsu platform.
Clipix is currently available and fully operative in 12 different languages, and has active users in 148 different countries around the globe.
“We are pleased to launch our first partnership in Japan, specifically with such an important entity like Credit Saison” said Toshirou Sasaki, CEO of Raysus co, and Ryohei Kimura, Clipix’s representatives in Japan. “Clipix, as a personal and private organizational utility is perfect for the Japanese market. We are looking forward to expand Clipix’s business in Japan and assist Credit Saison and Eikyufumetsu grow their ecommerce transaction volume by enhancing their customer’s planning and purchasing experience”.
Clipix is your one place to save what’s important, online and offline. Clip anything you care about to private clipboards or share your clips with the world. Clip websites, articles, shopping items, videos, documents, emails and just about anything you want easy access to ¬– from anywhere. Organize your clipboards into multiboards and collaborate with friends and family using our Syncboards. Available in 12 different languages, Clipix is an incredibly useful tool that is changing the way we organize our lives. Launched in 2012, Clipix is based in Fort Lee, NJ.
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