San Francisco, CA — (ReleaseWire) — 11/27/2017 — San Francisco Bay Area startup Salereporter, the instant deal notification App based on demand and supply, announced that it has partnered with Curry Kona, a restaurant serving ethnic fusion food located in Pleasanton, California. Kona Curry is a new restaurant which opened its door in the summer. A partnership with Salereporter will allow Kona Curry to issue a discounted deal at a time when the business is experiencing low foot traffic.
For a restaurant, each empty table costs money. Salereporter believes that customers visit a business if they get instant alerts on the deals they like. In an article about the shopping malls foot traffic, Wall Street Journal quoted “Personalized shopping experiences are becoming a focus for customers, according to the International Council of Shopping Centers, a trade group. In its survey of 1,022 adults in February, 39% of the respondents said they would visit a mall or shopping center more often if they received alerts from stores that are selling products they are interested in purchasing.”
Salereporter fills that void. A local business utilizes the Salereporter business platform to issuea deal and notify the people nearby. Salereporter App allows a business owner to drive up their sales by attracting foot traffic. Customers tend to spend more when they come to a business. When the consumers have installed Salereporter App, they don’t have to chase deals. The deals come to them. Consumers don’t have to collect coupons. It is not fun to collect coupons. People spend their valuable time collecting coupons and often times they forget to use them and the coupon expires. Moreover, most coupons come with many strings attached – for example a consumer can use them at certain time, date and minimum purchase. Salereporter eliminates all those inconveniences. The App brings the live deals to consumer and the users choose whether to take the deal or not.
A business does not need to offer deals when they are busy during peak times such as dinner time. Salereporter App saves business money by eliminating the cost of producing and distributing coupons which in turn reduces the cost of customer acquisition.
Salereporter was born when the founders saw many small business owners were shutting their doors because they could not compete with larger competitors with deep pockets. Salereporter team believes in supporting local businesses while providing the best value to users. There isn’t really a “deal” where one party wins at the cost of another. With Salereporter, consumers feel a sense of happiness when they get to support their favorite local businesses.