Making mobile business cards work

At Hitachi Data Systems, we are never without our business cards. Thanks to an exciting, personalized mobile experience, it’s easy for us to share our contact information with customers and prospects, from smartphone-to-smartphone.

The secret is a unique QR code that comes with each mobile business card. One quick scan of the QR code and our new contact is looking at our Mobile Business Card on their smartphone. Features include one-click to call or download all of our information to their address book.

There’s no need for manual entry anymore! Check out my mobile business card by scanning the QR code at the bottom of this article

A huge part of social media, mobile business cards are optimized to work on iPhone, BlackBerry or Android, and they are a great sales enablement tool.

In May 2012, the technology was launched to HDS staff in the Americas, and has received over 2,000 visits with over 14,000 page views. HDS mobile business cards have been viewed in over 21 countries.

We use our mobile business cards at executive business centres, roundtables, networking events, sales calls, and even on the golf course. Our mobile business cards save time, generate leads, encourage referrals, and support events.

The HDS mobile business cards are powered by Prestoh technology. For a limited time, Prestoh is offering a consumer Premium Mobile Business Card, for free – forever! Try it today at:

Astrid Bloemen, Americas Social Media Ambassador, Hitachi Data Systems

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