Telco disruptor Vonex has opened up a new avenue to grow its brand awareness and revenue through a partnership with business to business loyalty program, Qantas Business Rewards. This partnership will provide exposure for the company’s offering to QBR’s 250,000 small and medium enterprise members, who will be able to earn Qantas Points on Vonex products and services from August this year.
Telco disruptor Vonex has opened up a new avenue to grow its brand awareness and revenue through a partnership with Qantas Business Rewards, or “QBR”.
QBR is part of Qantas Airways’ subsidiary business, Qantas Loyalty and is Australia’s largest business to business loyalty program.
Vonex’s entry into the program allows QBR’s 250,000 small and medium enterprise members the ability to earn Qantas Points when they spend money on the company’s products and services from August this year.
The partnership will also provide the company with marketing support over the next 24 months.
Managing Director Matt Fahey said:“We are extremely proud to partner with Qantas Business Rewards. This partnership marks an exciting period for Vonex as we align with not just one of Australia’s most trusted brands, but also with the program’s network of nationally recognised partners.”
“The ability to incentivise and attract customers with Qantas Points will prove valuable in helping Vonex engage businesses with which we can make a meaningful difference.”
Earlier this month, Vonex said it now has more than 29,000 registered PABX users, a 24% increase over the last 12 months.
The company added that it is on track to deliver 25% year-on-year growth in new customer orders in the June 2019 quarter, up from the 20% growth rate achieved in the March 2019 quarter.
Vonex is also poised to formally launch its “Oper8tor” communications app that is designed to enable users of multiple voice communication platforms such as Skype and Whatsapp to communicate with each other in real time, regardless of the platform used.