Transforming the Landscape of MLM & Network Marketing

Software for Direct Selling, MLM, Party Plan, Affiliate, Influencer, Referral Marketing, and more!

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BEGINNER
MOST POPULAR
ESSENTIAL
PLATINUMENTERPRISE
$999
/mo
$1599
/mo
$2499
/mo
On-Demand
Ideal for Start-up businesses. Supports up to 1000 revenue streamsIdeal for Emerging businesses. Supports up to 10,000 revenue streamsIdeal for Established Networks up to 100,000 revenue streamsIdeal for MLM Organizations Unlimited revenue streams. Choose between per account payment or single fee. Options for On-premise Server or Cloud Licensing
Protected Cloud Data Storage
Limitless Bandwidth
Real-time Backup
Information Repository
Complimentary Upgrades
Customer Support Desk
API Integration
In-built Third-party Connections
Library of Plans
Multilingual Support
Replicating Website Feature
Integrated E-commerce
Multiple Currency and Wallet Options135
Administrative Access1210
Additional Personalization2 hrs/mo7 hrs/mo20 hrs/mo
Back-office Branding Options
Data Reporting and Analytics
Development/Test Server Environment
Tailored Compensation Plan Assistance
Personalized Assistance
Rank Display widget
Help-desk Ticketing Tool
Cryptocurrency Capability
Automation
Builder (AI Powered)
Lead Capture
E-Learning Module
Party Plan Module
Native Mobile Application
Technical Assistance (24x6)-Ticketing system
IT Infrastructure & Hosting Assistance (24x7)
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$999/mo.
Schedule A Demo
Ideal for Start-up businesses. Supports up to 1,000 revenue streams
$1599/mo.
Schedule A Demo
Ideal for Emerging businesses. Supports up to 10,000 revenue streams
$2499/mo.
Schedule A Demo
Ideal for Established Networks up to 10,0000 revenue streams
On-Demand
Request For Call
Ideal for MLM Organizations Unlimited revenue streams. Choose between per account payment or single fee. Options for On-premise Server or Cloud Licensing
Protected Cloud Data Storage
Limitless Bandwidth
Real-time Backup
Information Repository
Complimentary Upgrades
Customer Support Desk
API Integration
In-built Third-party Connections
Library of Plans
Multilingual Support
Replicating Website Feature
Integrated E-commerce
Multiple Currency and Wallet Options 1 3 5
Administrative Access 1 2 10
Additional Personalization 2 hrs/mo 7 hrs/mo 20 hrs/mo
Back-office Branding Options
Data Reporting and Analytics
Custom Dashboards: Our platform offers the flexibility to create custom dashboards tailored to your specific business needs. Visualize your data in a way that makes sense for your organization, with drag-and-drop widgets, charts, and graphs.

Real-Time Insights: Stay ahead of the curve with real-time data reporting and analytics. Monitor key metrics, track user behavior, and respond to changes in your data as they happen, ensuring timely and informed decision-making.

Data Visualization:Transform raw data into actionable insights through interactive data visualization. Easily spot trends, patterns, and anomalies with the help of dynamic charts, heatmaps, and geographic maps. 

Advanced Analytics: Dive deep into your data with advanced analytical tools. Perform complex calculations, run predictive models, and uncover hidden correlations that drive your business forward.
Development/Test Server Environment
Isolation: It is physically or logically separated from the production environment to prevent any unintended changes or disruptions to the live system.

Development Environment: This part of the environment is where software developers write, modify, and debug code. It typically includes development tools, integrated development environments (IDEs), and version control systems.

Test Environment: The test environment is where software testers and quality assurance teams verify the functionality, performance, and reliability of the software. It may include various testing tools, databases, and testing data.

Staging Environment: In some cases, a staging environment is included between the development/test environment and the production environment. This is where final pre-production testing is performed to ensure that changes will work correctly in the live environment.

Replica of Production: The Dev/Test Environment should ideally replicate the production environment as closely as possible in terms of hardware, software, and configurations. This helps identify and resolve issues that may arise when code is deployed to the live system.
Tailored Compensation Plan Assistanc
Personalized Assistance
Rank Display widget
Help-desk Ticketing Tool
Cryptocurrency Capability
Automation
Trigger-Based Messaging:Email automation is triggered by specific actions, events, or time intervals. These triggers can include actions like signing up for a newsletter,making a purchase, abandoning a shopping cart, or a particular date (e.g., a subscriber's birthday).

Personalization: Automated emails can be highly personalized, addressing recipients by their names, referencing their past interactions or purchases, and delivering content that is relevant to their interests and behaviors.

Drip Campaigns: Drip email campaigns involve sending a series of automated emails over time, nurturing leads or guiding subscribers through a predefined journey. Each email in the series is sent based on the recipient's actions or engagement with previous emails.

Segmentation: Email automation tools often allow marketers to segment their email lists based on various criteria, such as demographics, behavior, preferences, or purchase history. Segmentation enables more targeted and relevant email content.

Autoresponders: Autoresponders are a common form of email automation used to send immediate responses to specific actions, such as confirming a subscription or thanking a customer for a purchase.

Lead Nurturing: Email automation helps nurture leads by providing relevant information and content to prospects at different stages of the sales funnel, guiding them toward conversion.

Analytics and Reporting: Email automation platforms often include analytics tools to track email open rates, click-through rates, conversion rates, and other metrics. These insights help marketers refine their email strategies over time.

Time Efficiency: Email automation saves time by automating repetitive tasks, such as sending welcome emails, order confirmations, or follow-up messages.
Consistency: It ensures a consistent and timely flow of communications, reducing the risk of human error and missed opportunities.
Builder (AI Powered)
Data Analysis: AI-based campaign builders can analyze large volumes of data, including customer behavior, demographics, and historical campaign performance, to identify patterns, trends, and insights that can inform campaign strategies.

Personalization: AI algorithms enable highly personalized campaigns by tailoring content and messaging to individual preferences, behaviors, and interests. This personalization enhances engagement and conversion rates.

Audience Segmentation: AI can automatically segment audiences based on various criteria, ensuring that each campaign targets the most relevant audience segments for maximum impact.

Predictive Analytics: AI can predict future customer behavior and response rates, helping marketers make data-driven decisions about campaign elements such as timing, content, and channels.

Content Optimization: AI can analyze and optimize the content of marketing materials, including email subject lines, ad copy, and website content, to maximize their effectiveness.

A/B Testing: AI can design and conduct A/B tests on various campaign elements, such as email subject lines or ad creatives, to determine which versions perform best and make real-time adjustments.

Automation: AI automates routine tasks, such as sending follow-up emails or retargeting ads, based on predefined triggers or user interactions. Performance Tracking: These tools provide real-time performance tracking and reporting, allowing marketers to monitor campaign metrics, assess ROI, and make adjustments as needed.

Adaptive Learning: Over time, AI-based campaign builders adapt and refine their strategies based on new data and changing customer behaviors, continuously improving campaign outcomes.
Lead Capture
E-Learning Module
Party Plan Module
Party Organization: The module helps organizers plan and schedule parties, whether they are physical gatherings at a host's home or virtual events conducted online.

Exclusive Landing Pages: The module provides the capability to create exclusive landing pages for each party or event. These landing pages typically include details about the event, product information, and the ability for attendees to RSVP or make purchases.

Hostess Rewards: Hostess rewards are incentives offered to individuals who host sales parties. The module allows for the configuration and management of hostess reward programs, including tracking eligible sales and determining rewards based on sales volumes.

Invitations and RSVPs: It enables the sending of party invitations to potential attendees, often through email or social media, and allows attendees to RSVP, indicating their intention to participate.

Product Showcasing: The module provides tools for showcasing products or services during the party. This may include product catalogs, images, videos, and descriptions. Shopping and Purchasing: Attendees can browse and purchase products directly through the party's landing page, making the buying process convenient and seamless.

Order Tracking: The module tracks and manages orders placed during the party, ensuring accurate processing and fulfillment.

Sales Reporting: It generates sales reports specific to each party, allowing organizers and hosts to monitor sales performance and calculate rewards.

Communication Tools: Tools for communicating with party attendees, including sending reminders, updates, and thank-you messages.

Hostess Portal: A portal or dashboard where hosts can view their party's progress, track rewards, and access resources for successful party hosting.

Multi-Party Support: For individuals or hosts who may want to host multiple parties, the module supports the management of multiple events simultaneously.

Integration: Integration with the broader direct selling or network marketing software ecosystem, including customer databases, compensation plans, and inventory management.
Native Mobile Application
Native Development: These apps are developed separately for iOS and Android, taking full advantage of the native development environments and tools provided by each platform.

Custom Branding: Native white-labeled apps can be rebranded and customized to match the visual identity, logos, color schemes, and other branding elements of different businesses or clients.

Content Customization: Organizations can tailor the app's content to suit their specific needs, such as adding their own product listings, services, or information. App Features: White-labeled apps can include a range of features and functionalities that are relevant to the business, including e-commerce capabilities, loyalty programs, booking systems, and more.

App Store Distribution: These apps are typically distributed through the Apple App Store for iOS and Google Play for Android

App Updates: App updates and maintenance are managed by the organization or business that white-labels the app. They can release updates with new features, content, or bug fixes as needed.

User Experience: Organizations can ensure that the app provides a consistent and high-quality user experience that aligns with their brand and user expectations.
Technical Assistance (24x6)-Ticketing system
IT Infrastructure & Hosting Assistance (24x7)
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