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SAN JOSE, Calif. - January 23, 2014 - Cellfire, Inc., the largest provider of digital coupons, today announced the company has helped shoppers download more than half a billion digital coupons to their grocery loyalty cards, saving them millions of dollars.
"With more than 17,500 stores using the Cellfire Digital Offer Network, we are delivering millions of digital coupons to savings conscious shoppers every single day," said Robert Drescher, CEO of Cellfire, Inc. "This helps major consumer packaged goods companies not only deliver coupons faster, but also provides them with unprecedented insight into how those coupons are being used."
The company's product, the Cellfire Digital Offer Network, offers an end-to-end solution enabling brands to reach consumers uniformly with digital coupons, providing real-time control of content and in-depth reporting that is interactive, targeted and secure. The Cellfire Digital Offer Network is used by more than 100 consumer packaged goods companies, including General Mills and Procter & Gamble, to deliver digital coupons. Stores in the network include Safeway, Kroger, and ShopRite, in addition to many others.
Consumers link coupons directly to their grocery store loyalty card from the web or a mobile phone enabling them to find savings they might otherwise have missed. Cellfire users can even set alerts for certain products and look for offers while shoppers are in the store.
Cellfire is the largest provider of digital coupons in the world, delivering millions of coupons each week. It has the largest footprint of any digital coupon provider, reaching more than 17,500 stores nationwide, and was recently selected by Consumer Reports as the best instant savings application. Consumers can instantly save money by linking offers directly to their store loyalty cards through any web enabled device. For more information, visit info.cellfire.com.