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6 months 1 week ago #121898 by RonS
RonS replied the topic: Heelo (private) 50M shares out www.heelocoupons.com
Gary good point about the users, they are the boss.

Actually on pricing the small pizza shop gets the cheaper deal, but not as many bells and whistles. It is a much simpler installation and can be managed remotely.

Currently and this may change, pricing is broken into 3 tiers

The starter kit, we call it - is the lowest monthly price and is probably one beacon, but could be more or 3 locations as you mention, each location would be a starter. Heelo sales people would also buy this as a sales license to do demos

Mid tier business - would have multiple locations, it is priced higher, but they get additional support from Heelo, more in depth statistic reports, perhaps other features like back office management.

The highest price is Enterprise package - for large retailers or National/Global brands. These would have multiple beacons in each location and Heelo would be more apt to tailor certain functions and reports for them. They often have their own in house IT people that could work with Heelo.

There will be other revenue streams kick in as we progress

Coupon or deal transaction revenue, 3rd party advertising, Heelo pay - like 3% on transactions. This will probably evolve as well over time and we are learning and finding things we never thought of because different verticals are unique.

For example Heelo will be used a lot different for real estate compared to a pizza store, or at a tourist attraction or sports venues. It will turn heads the announcements coming on where Heelo will be installed.

It is very hard to grasp the massive scale of Heelo, but probably not so hard in 6 months!!

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6 months 1 week ago #121896 by lynnsa10
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Ron see a lot of nice ads fro Heelo on Social media, I follow them on Facebook

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6 months 1 week ago #121890 by Gary
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Thanks, Ron.

I totally understand that contracts are negotiated with each customer. A client with 1000 installations gets a better deal than a local pizza baron who has 3 locations in town. We will never be given the revenues for each customer even after Heelo goes public. I was more curious about whether we need to "worry" (if you want to call it that) about a bunch of clients taking the product for a test drive and then saying, "thanks but no thanks". You answered that.

RonS wrote: We are actually working on the next versions of Heelo, to make it even better based on customer feed back. The first new feature should be rolled out by the end of the month


That's what I was talking about when I said "sort out whatever kinks there might be".

Even though I've been programming for 40 years, I learned a long time ago that I'm not the one who's using the program. If the users tell me that this button should be on the right side of the screen instead of the left because it's more natural to click it on the right, who am I to tell them that they're wrong? Same goes for Heelo. Listen to the customers (even if it seems like a crazy suggestion). Make a better product for them.

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6 months 1 week ago #121887 by RonS
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I might add, Heelo did extensive test marketing before launching official sales, to make sure bugs were worked out, so far so good, but you never know. We also have backup apps and systems.

We are actually working on the next versions of Heelo, to make it even better based on customer feed back. The first new feature should be rolled out by the end of the month

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6 months 1 week ago #121886 by RonS
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Gary, a very valid question, I am not sure if that answer was in any documents.

Heelo completely understands your point. We know we need installations with some life so Heelo app users can catch up.

Customers do not get the low monthly rates unless they sign up for a 2 year contract. It is not in concrete, some could be for 18 months or 3 years. Customers must also pay a setup fee and a fee for each beacon at installation start.

With large chains, I expect there could be 3 or 4 month trial at a handful of locations before a sales contract. If that is the case, it will be announced as a trial and BTW, the customer in majority of cases will pay for the trial period.

It will not be long and Heelo will be able to share some customer feedback and comments. It is quite unbelievable, it has all been good, nothing bad yet!

A manager at Habitat for Humanity commented to CEO Roy Choi, 'this works too good and too fast', That is one I remember, there has been many others, will see if can get some in news releases or on the website. Might already be there on social media sites?

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6 months 1 week ago #121882 by Gary
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If anybody has asked this question before, then I must have missed it.

It's great that all of these sales are coming in but exactly what sort of commitment goes along with a sale?

Is it a 1-year (or longer) contract? Can they opt out with 30 days notice? Are we talking about a free, no obligation 30-day trial after which they can sign up for real?

It's impossible to forecast what the revenues might look like a year from now if, for some reason, 75% of these "sales" have vanished because the product isn't delivering what the customers want or expect.

Quite frankly, it doesn't matter what we think about the company and the product. The only opinions that count belong to the customers.

If everybody is signing up for a year or more, great. That gives Heelo some revenue plus some time to sort out whatever kinks there might be. On the other hand, if a customer can bail out after a couple of months, that could be a problem.

Believe me, I want Heelo to succeed. I'm not trying to be negative here. I'm just trying to get a better grip on what we actually have.

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6 months 1 week ago #121880 by RonS
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sorry DJ, maybe my site revamp will fix that bug

Heelo is on fire. They just started a large brush fire in Florida!!!!!!

Another thing we did not anticipate. Many store locations in heavy traffic areas and tourist areas face bylaws that do not allow any signage outside a store. I guess it is eyesight pollution.

Heelo gets around this bylaw by providing digital signage or ads straight to a mobile device.

These shops are all over Heelo like flies on shit!!!!!!!!

pardon the pun :)

This is probably true in many other high traffic areas in North America.

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6 months 1 week ago #121873 by DearJohn
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Thanks for all the info Ron, I too see Heelo as a huge home run, sent in my PP docs yesterday.

As you mentioned, the right thing at the right time

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6 months 1 week ago #121871 by RonS
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from AT&T this morning

“The demand for data has been on a nonstop, upward trajectory for years,” said Marachel Knight, senior vice president, wireless and access engineering, construction and operations, AT&T. “Our ongoing work to launch new sites and build out our LTE network is delivering increased network speeds and capacity. By the end of this year, we expect our network capacity to increase by 50% since the end of 2017 while simultaneously laying the foundation for a 5G future.”

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6 months 1 week ago #121843 by RonS
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ekim... A lot has happened since early 2018 and this has become much larger that I ever expected. We originally believed that we would have to sell this to a lot of small shops to prove the platform works, but instead we have been swamped with interest from big entities so we will be installing large deals first and just fill in with small locations as we go.

We have a very large sales backlog and is the main reason we are raising funds.

We believe it is better to IPO later with a large install base and at that time IPO on NASDAQ or NY with a multi billion valuation. taking the path of big tech companies.

So yes, I am very bullish

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6 months 1 week ago #121841 by RonS
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I received a question on Heelo, so I thought would share the answer

"" There are several beacon players in the market Heelo is addressing, many that have been there for a while and several quite well established and with it seems pretty rapid growth. Why is Heelo any different now, vs the others?""

What all the others are doing is implementing a new beacon technology

Heelo is implementing a mobile marketing solution that uses beacons, it is a total platform and solution

Heelo was designed by marketing and advertising gurus. They analyzed what the market needed and what and how it could be sold. Then it was developed.

The majority of technology companies fail not because they do not have good technology, they cannot or do not know how to sell it.

Furthermore, Heelo spent considerable effort through their technological partners to price their platform at fractions of the competition. In general Heelo is prices 90% below the competition, it will be way more disruptive than Uber was to taxis.

We are simply over whelmed with sales interest. That is why we are raising funds, to support a massive sales increase.

In 2019, this will be viral across North America because it was designed to do that

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