SOURCE: Jingit


October 29, 2013 09:49 ET

Jingit CEO Joe Rogness to Share Insights About the Future of Mobile in Retail During Opening Keynote Panel at RAMP's 2013 Advanced Commerce and Mobile Retail Services Summit

Rogness to Discuss Mobile's Role in Redefining the Retail Experience, Engaging With Shoppers on a Deeper Level

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwired - Oct 29, 2013) -  Jingit, creator of the first omnichannel shopper marketing platform that merges advertising and payments to power the "engagement economy," today announced its CEO, Joe Rogness, will be a featured speaker at RAMP's 2013 Advanced Commerce and Mobile Retail Services Summit, October 28-30 at Chicago's McCormick Place. 

Rogness will participate in the opening keynote panel, "RAMP State of the Union: Retailers Reflect on the State of Mobile Commerce and the Future of Mobile in Retail" taking place on Tuesday, October 29 at 8:10 a.m. 

The panel will discuss mobile's growing role in redefining the entire retail experience, including related challenges around integration, POS upgrades and shifts in business processes that must be overcome for retailers to engage with consumers on a deeper level. These opportunities require a fundamental convergence of payments, technology and marketing as consumers rapidly move towards a world where the question of which 'channel' is becoming somewhat irrelevant. Panelists will discuss the opportunities ahead and the challenges to be overcome to take advantage of the explosive potential of mobility in retail.

Joining Rogness on the panel will be Doug Wilber - Director, Market Platform Dynamics; Mike Molitor - Senior Vice President, Kohl's; Mario Di Prizio - DVP, Application Development, Sears Holdings; Dodd Roberts - Executive, Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) and Sean Kumar - Founder & Chief Strategy Officer, IMPACTorg. 

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Jingit is the first and only company that uses instant cash as the ultimate "conversation starter" between consumers, brands and retailers. The company puts consumers on the path to purchase through a unique process that enables brands and retailers to connect with consumers, drive desired shopping behaviors, incent and track purchases and, finally, re-target that consumer to build ongoing loyalty. Jingit allows merchant and brand dollars and currencies to be managed for use according to prescribed terms, such as location and expiration. This merger of advertising and payments can increase merchants' traffic, build loyalty, recapture lost marketing funds, and reduce or offset interchange costs, all while delivering ROI for brands and respect for the consumer. With Jingit, brands and retailers don't just drive impressions with consumers, they drive impact. Founded in 2010, Jingit is headquartered in Minneapolis. For more information about Jingit, visit Follow Jingit on Facebook and Twitter

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