Dallas, Texas 01/13/2014 (FINANCIALSTRENDS) – The geo-location marketing firm LiveDeal Inc (NASDAQ:LIVE) has made declaration that it has rolled out livedeal.com in the city of San Francisco. The company unveiled the identical platform in San Diego and Los Angeles during the fourth quarter of last year.
As per a news release, participating restaurants gain the capability to curate and control their own customized offers to clients through livedeal.com’s real-time “deal engine.”
Individual clients transact straightly with the restaurant, thus annihilating LiveDeal as a mediator in the sale, the release added.
“Seizing the San Francisco market is a key milestone for the company as it authenticates our growth model all through California. With the maximum number of eating places per capita in the U.S., San Francisco symbolizes a big market share triumph for the firm,” stated Jon Isaac, president and chief executive officer of LiveDeal.
The firm thinks that it has build up a first-of-its-kind web/mobile podium offering restaurants with complete control and flexibility to instantaneously publish customized offers whenever they want to draw clients.
Company’s instantaneous deals capturing restaurants in big numbers
With LiveDeal Inc (NASDAQ:LIVE)’s ground-breaking new platform www.livedeal.com, business proprietors can magnetize real-time clients who are eyeing to save money right away. During the fourth quarterly period of last year, the firm started ramping up its brand in the $660 billion dining business and picked San Diego, California, as its launch city. As per the facts, it’s already a gigantic success.
Isaac declared that he’s already traced about a thousand dining establishments or 20% of the eating houses in the city of San Diego.
The plan has functioned so well that the firm has already entered Los Angeles, and has proposals to roll out its distinctive platform in cities crosswise the U.S. During December, the firm added LA to the livedeal.com unit and the CEO said that in a few short weeks, the company has already brought hoards of L.A.’s more than 22,300 restaurants on the ship.