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youSMS is a mobile marketing company based in Melbourne, Australia. The company partnered with Sybase 365 to launch the “Get Prepaid and Win” campaign aimed at reaching a wide range of youth in Australia.
Sportnews, one of Germany’s leading sports broadcasters, applied Sybase 365 mobile services to give customers updated minute-by-minute coverage of major sporting events via SMS.
Warner Music Group
Warner Music Group teamed with Sybase 365 to use the latest digital technology to market its records by allowing consumers to download tunes on their mobile device through sending text requests.
SkyRock, a major entertainment and social networking platform in France uses Sybase 365 technology to generate audience participation via mobile messaging.
MSN Online Services Group
Microsoft’s Windows Live and MSN Online, allows its 15 million users in Asia to check their email and chat with friends through mobile devices. Sybase 365 extends its mobile technology to MSN which allows users to stay connected anytime and anywhere.
Bell Direct, an online stock trading agency based out of Australia, chose Sybase 365 to implement its state of the art mobile trading facility enabling its clients to trade anywhere at anytime
Dove wanted to introduce an interactive mobile element to their traditional marketing effort when they launched the "Campaign for Real Beauty." Using Sybase 365 solutions, they created the first ever outdoor mobile marketing campaign.
MasterCard wanted to provide its cardholders with a mobile, "paperless," location-based search and directory service they could use to request the location of the nearest ATM, which could then be sent to their mobile phone via SMS.
Dunkin' Donuts wanted to generate excitement and energy about new Dunkin' Donuts stores in Rome, Italy by informing coffee lovers about the new shop on the corner. A secondary objective was to find and hire local employees to staff the new shops.
Siemens Kung Fu
Siemens wanted to bring virtual gamers together in an exciting new game format. They also wanted to ensure that partners retained market share in a tough new "battleground" market.