Pennexx Has Entered Into a Joint Marketing Agreement With Hybrid Business Solutions
Hybrid Business Solutions One of the Fastest Growing Business Solutions Companies in the $74 Billion Worldwide Payment Processing Market
By: Pennexx Foods Inc.
"Pennexx's vision for YSO has always been in part to grow the company through joint marketing agreements with large companies like Hybrid. This market strategy concept introduces YSO immediately to thousands upon thousands of potential customers that Hybrid is already serving," said Company President, Joseph Candito.
In today's competitive business environment, organizations have to differentiate themselves to compete in the open market aggressively. YSO will allow Hybrid Payment to offer value-added services to their customers by bundling YSO technology into their product line, giving them the advantage of competing against other companies.
About Pennexx Foods Inc. (PNNX:). Pennexx, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, is a holding company within the Software/Internet Industry focused on social media, prepaid debit cards, BitGift™, artificial intelligence, targeted marketing, and consumer rewards.
YSO, is a wholly owned subsidiary of Pennexx. YSO is our proprietary technology that greatly reduces (if not eliminates) our client companies cash outlays for advertising. YSO providesdigital word-of-mouth recommendations from a person to their followers and friends on social media. Word-of-mouth referrals are the best type of referrals. It's not a paid social media advertisement. Our merchants reach new customers through social media without a dollar spent on getting their message out. The merchant only pays for advertising when it works by discounting their products or services when a customer accepts the offers that they share. Their objective is to ask: "Why pay for advertising unless it actually works?"
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Joseph Candito, President