visitbasisUp until now, Retail Execution and Merchandising professionals had only two payment options when it came to automating their field team activities: They could either invest a considerable amount in a software license (which sometimes lasts for only one year) or they could pay a monthly per-user fee. Both options have been proven inconvenient, not only because of budget constraints but also due to the frequent account issues resulting from user turnover, especially when one considers that Retail Execution and Merchandising is a fast-moving industry that sometimes relies on seasonal or temporary field agents.

With that in mind, VisitBasis has launched the pay-as-you-go system for its mobile retail visit planning and management app. Now users pay only for visits actually started, at a rate of $0.20 per visit, and they can add credits to their accounts at any time. Additionally, VisitBasis is currently giving $50 worth of visits (equivalent to 250 visits) for new users to test its solution.

“We designed this new payment system with businesses of all sizes in mind”, says Sergey Gorbunov, CEO and President of VisitBasis. “While small business owners will have increased budget flexibility, large field marketing operations will no longer have to deal with account issues caused by user turnover.”

VisitBasis is a mobile retail visit planning and management system, consisting of a mobile app for field agents and a web interface for management and supervisory staff. The app works on iPhones, iPads, Android smartphones and tablets and is available for download on the Apple Store and Google Play.

To learn more about VisitBasis or to sign up for a free account, visit

About VisitBasis Tech, Llc. 

VisitBasis is a B2B software-as-a-service (SaaS) company specialized in the development of cost-effective, cutting-edge and comprehensive mobile solutions that aim to increase sales and reduce costs, improving the bottom-line of businesses that rely on field professionals. The key benefit of VisitBasis app is to optimize retail execution, merchandising, field marketing, mobile data collection, retail audits, territory management, sales rep planning, tracking sales, mobile staff management, electronic product catalog, sales enablement, among others, especially in the consumer product goods (CPG) and fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) industries.

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