Bigtincan Hub Powers Yoga on the Fly’s Consumer-Facing Retail Application for Airport On-the-go Yoga and Meditation Classes
BOSTON, MA – February 20, 2018 – Bigtincan (ASX:BTH) the leader in mobile, AI-powered sales enablement automation, today announced that Yoga on the Fly®, the first-to-market private airport yoga studio concept, selected Bigtincan Hub™ to power its tablet-based, customer-facing guided yoga and meditation application. With Bigtincan Hub, Yoga on the Fly gains a dynamic retail solution, empowering users with on-the-go access to yoga, meditation and breathwork classes to immediately transform a high-stress airport experience into a relaxing, wellness experience.
The retail sector has been deeply affected by digital commerce and consumer services, forcing traditional retailers to deliver consistent and increasingly personalized customer experiences. Yoga on the Fly combines its yoga services at a brick and mortar location with the familiarity and ease-of-use of an interactive tablet experience. Customers purchase time to relax in a private mini studio where they have access to a tablet containing a variety of classes, displayed through the Bigtincan interface. The result not only helps to soothe travelers, but allows Yoga on the Fly to scale personalized services without having to add on-site staff.
“By supporting third-party applications, Bigtincan Hub has allowed us to realize our vision of bringing a private yoga and meditation experience to travelers prior to takeoff,” said Avery Westlund, co-founder of Yoga on the Fly. “With the Hub, our customers are able to choose a class via a user-friendly display, that gives them control over their experience, from start to finish. We like to think that this contributes to their overall relaxation and well-being during their journey, which is our ultimate goal.”
For companies such as Yoga on the Fly, Bigtincan Hub’s ease of use and intuitive interface helps present content to users in a professional, easy-to-follow and familiar way. Bigtincan Hub’s reporting functionality also helps Yoga on the Fly to better understand customer activity and use that data to determine which content is the most popular with their audience.
“We worked closely with Yoga on the Fly to help them utilize the Bigtincan Hub platform in the way that made the most sense for their business model and users,” said Patrick Welch, COO of Bigtincan. “We’re thrilled to help bring a sense of calm to travelers through the Hub and look forward to powering the zen of more Yoga on the Fly customers as the company continues to expand.”
Yoga on the Fly is currently available for travelers at the Denver International Airport (DEN). To learn more about Bigtincan and Bigtincan Hub, please visit www.bigtincan.com.
Bigtincan (ASX:BTH) helps sales and service teams increase win rates and customer satisfaction. The company’s mobile, AI-powered sales enablement platform features the industry’s premier user experience that empowers reps to more effectively engage with customers and prospects and encourages team-wide adoption. Leading brands including AT&T, ThermoFisher, Merck, ANZ Bank and others rely on Bigtincan to enhance sales productivity at every customer interaction. With global sales and marketing headquartered in Boston, Bigtincan also has offices across EMEA, Australia and Asia. To discover more about how your organization can benefit from the Bigtincan Hub platform, please visit www.bigtincan.com or follow @bigtincan on Twitter.
About Yoga on the Fly®:
Yoga on the Fly® is your ticket to traveling well™. As the first-to-market private airport yoga studio, Yoga on the Fly® provides yoga and meditation practices designed for the modern traveler, offering a simple and efficient experience focused on alleviating stress, promoting health and increasing well-being. The concept features easy-to-follow instructional videos, yoga mats and wireless headsets within each of its private, mini studios, allowing passengers and air travel employees to escape from the mental and physical stress of traveling. For more information, visit www.yogaonthefly.com.