Loop Insights Inc (CVE:MTRX) (OTCMKTS:RACMF), a provider of contact tracing and artificial intelligence to drive automated marketing, said the early response from its webinar with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to showcase Loop’s Venue Tracing Solution smashed expectations with inquiries pouring in from all parts of the globe.
Mike Apted, the principal solutions architect at Amazon.com Inc’s (NASDAQ:AMZN) (FRA:AMZ) AWS division, and Loop CEO Rob Anson co-hosted the October 29 event, which provided invitees with a first-hand, interactive taste of Loop's end-to-end Venue Tracing platform.
The webinar attracted a full house of 1,000 attendees from venue owners and governments to the airlines, sports and entertainment, and telecom industries, who learnt about the technical, security, privacy, and commercial aspects of Loop's solution.
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“The presentation ended at around 1:15 pm EST, and by 8:00 pm EST Loop had received over 100 direct inquiries from enterprise-level attendees spanning many different industries and countries,” said the company. Loop said it expects to be flooded by even more direct inquiries in the coming days.
Loop Insights CEO Rob Anson said the company knew going into the webinar that there was keen interest in its contactless platform, given the high-profile clients that had already signed up to participate in the event.
“These attendees, many of whom represent household names, were looking to us for solutions that can protect people, instill confidence in their customers and get their enterprises moving once again. Nonetheless, the response to the demonstration of our Contactless Venue Tracing Platform was simply incredible and even surpassed our expectations,” added Anson.
“We believe the responses will lead to significant business for Loop. We can't thank Amazon Web Services enough for their continued support and partnership."
On June 8, 2020, Loop was accepted into the AWS Partner Network (APN), a global partner program for leading tech businesses from which more than 90% of Fortune 100 companies source their solutions and services.
This allows Loop to leverage the benefits of belonging to the APN, which throws up networking opportunities and access to hundreds of AWS portfolio companies, as well as co-development projects.
Loop’s Venue Tracing platform is built and supported by AWS cloud infrastructure.
The Vancouver-based advanced technology company has helped retailers open up safely amid the pandemic with its contact tracing and contactless solutions. Loop’s contactless solution integrates its Fobi technology with mobile wallet pass technology to create a platform that is reliable, and highly scalable to support large adoption rates.
Separately, Loop said it obtained Depository Trust Company (DTC) eligibility for its common shares. Most of the biggest broker-dealers and banks in the US are DTC participants as the DTC's automated system lowers costs and improves accuracy.
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