Prior to its acquisition by Verizon (Verizon Telematics), Hughes Telematics suffered setbacks following its agreement to supply OEM technology hardware and services to Mercedes Benz USA (MBUSA) and Chrysler Group, LLC. Under contract with Hughes, we were able to completely re-engineer business processes, making more efficient use of the technology while developing ancilliary products aimed at non-Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler Group buyers. This broadened the scope of the Hughes customer base, raising market share and returning them to thier competive position in the telematics space.
Shortly following its devestment of Chrysler, MBUSA was provided with assitance with the development of new mobile application-based products to work in tandem with thier new vehicle-based telematics technology. This involved developing, altering or total re-engineering data flow processes for new customers, dealers, F&I and service departments. Integration was necessary with NetStar(tm), proprietary CRM and ERP systems and outsourced services to support the new telematics platform. Additionally, spiff programs were developed to incentivize service activations in all departments of over 2500 authorized Mercedes-Benz dealers. Our involvement resulted in the total re-brand of the former ATX-powered technology (formerly known as Tele-Aid) to the new name Mbrace, which is now found in all new Mercedes-Benz and Maybach models.
The Suzanne Show on Lifetime
Airing as part of Lifetime Television's weekday morning schedule, The Suzanne Show was a privately-funded and privately owned television series showcasing technology breakthroughs in natural wellness and health. In order to succeed financially, we required the show that all sales and marketing processes be automated, maximizing efficiency and sponsorship revenue. This involved designing and implementing CRM systems, CTI-telephony technology and marketing automation. The Suzanne Show broke all records for non-network sponsorship sales volume for an independent series, exceeding $4M for a 13-week programming season.
Prior to the most recent surge in Florida real estate, The DiSomma Agency was tasked with designing a luxury real estate product that appealed to the niche, regional market of east central Florida. In partnership with the land owner and developer, we created a contemporary design template off of an existing structural shell that worked in other areas. As the proposed design came to frutition, we utilized priprietary lead generation websites, in-house marketing and prospect relationship management to close multi-million dollar leads quickly and efficienty as the only contemporary oceanfront condominium in the area. 1625 Ocean paved the way for other modern developments in the area with its unique style. The Zillow page of 1625 Ocean, managed by The DiSomma Agency had the highest amount of views and clicks in the region at the time units were available.
Brevard County Surges in Growth - Luxury Housing Struggles to Keep Up
VERO BEACH, Fla., Aug. 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- In an area where aerospace technology is front and center, Brevard County's real estate market is booming.
The idea of economic growth is almost always a topic of discussion in any metropolitan area. In fact, it is often a national headline. With most of the focus on major market statistics, however, many secondary markets get overlooked. Brevard County and Florida's Space Coast certainly comprises one of those markets.
According to statistics provided by WorldPopulationReview.com, from 2010 through 2014, Brevard County populations grew by an average of 2,907 per annum. From 2014 through 2018, that same statistic climbed to over 10,000. Why so much recent growth? Erik DiSomma of the luxury real estate marketing firm, The DiSomma Agency, explains, "It's all about aerospace. With the recent uptick in America's Aerospace and Defense (A&D) interests, Brevard County provides the perfect landscape for the industry." He continues, "It is not just limited to Cape Canaveral and SpaceX. For years, commercial development in the Brevard County area hinged on technology OEMs and contracting companies that supported such interests. After a ten-year hiatus, those companies are now returning or being replaced by new ones and its shows in Brevard's regional growth."
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