VST Enterprises shortlisted for the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2018

Manchester, UK. 20thAugust 2018: VST Enterprises’ CEO and founder, Louis-James Davis, shortlisted for the NatWest Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2018 in the category of Innovation Entrepreneur of the Year.

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Innovators are purpose-driven pioneers of change. This rare breed of entrepreneur is conspicuous for their modest talk and wealth of action; they pick up on the missed stitches in business to bring solutions that make our lives easier, faster and better connected.

Tenacious and analytical, innovators live outside the box and are guided by their entrepreneurial imagination. Free flowing ideas mean they naturally adapt to change and take the lead while doing so. They expect the unexpected and perceive opportunity in all facets of life.

The Innovation Entrepreneur of the Year will engender these attributes through unique alternatives that have improved their sector and disrupted the status quo.

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VST Enterprises

VST Enterprises (VSTE) is the company behind VCode and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – an evolutionary step forward from traditional barcodes and QR Codes. A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 70:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160 degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen and even when they are microscopic on bank notes or minerals. This allows users to access exclusive content, check the validity of an item and make purchases while on the move.

 Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, the VPlatform enables push notifications and rewards to be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans, offering opportunities for brands to significantly enhance engagement levels with their client base.

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30 UNDER 30: LOUIS-JAMES DAVIS, CEO AND FOUNDER OF VST ENTERPRISES

Manchester, UK, 13th July 2018 

A rare strain of pneumonia forced him to retire from professional drumming with international touring artists and very nearly killed him. While recovering, Louis-James explored new technologies to help share personalised music content. He hit upon a brand new and creative way of sharing secure content, completing transactions and ensuring traceability – VCode® and the secure cloud-based portal, the VPlatform®.

What’s your most significant accomplishment to date?

Since I can remember, I wanted to make a positive impact on the world. I started small – I was a sole trader in web development from 17 and ran my band’s website. Now, I’m rolling out my concept, VCode and VPlatform, which is set to revolutionise consumer interaction, security, and traceability in a number of industries. To me, my most significant accomplishment isn’t just one thing; it’s having my ideas being picked up around the world as we begin to work with companies from all around.

 Who/what inspires you?

I’m on the autistic spectrum so I sometimes get slightly obsessive, but it’s certainly not a bad thing. I’m motivated to be and do the best that I can. The business is growing and we still have a long way to go but I get up each morning ready for the next challenge.

How has living/working in Manchester helped you achieve your goals?

Being based in Manchester, with its thriving tech scene, we’ve been able to benefit from being surrounded by other up-and-coming businesses and technology companies, pooling our knowledge to support each other’s continued growth. I’ve loved seeing the tech community here grow over the past few years and I’m looking forward to seeing where it goes and being involved in it!

What advice would you give to your 16-year-old self?

I’d tell myself to try and see the light in every situation. Life can be hard, especially when you’re trying to break boundaries, so just do your best and make the most of what you have. Don’t give up.

What are your business goals for 2018?

We’ve got a great foundation in place, but now we’re ready to take VSTE further. I’ve recently been named Science and Technology Ambassador for Zimbabwe, where we aim to help rebuild the broken economy by bringing in systems to combat issues with counterfeiting, border control and tax collection. I hope to see a real impact being made in the country, and for this to be replicated with large technological integrations with major brands and governments in the near future.

Where do you see yourself in twenty years’ time?

I see myself leading VSTE from a creative standpoint. I’m an innovator and inventor by nature, so I can see myself as Head of Innovation. With hopefully more time on my hands, I’d also like to spend more of it helping other entrepreneurs to grow their concepts and expand my work with charities, such as KidScan Children’s Cancer Trust and Cancer Research UK, who I’m currently an Ambassador for.

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VST Enterprises boosts public sector procurement profile – Technology firm accepted onto government cloud services framework

Manchester, UK. 05 July 2018: VST Enterprises, which developed the technology allowing genuine users to authenticate themselves across online transactions and interactions, has been accepted onto the latest version of the government’s cloud services framework, G-Cloud 10.

The G-Cloud framework is an agreement between the government and suppliers who provide cloud-based hosting, software or support services. Public sector organisations use this digital marketplace to buy services more quickly and cheaply than if they had to enter into individual procurement contracts with each supplier.

Since the basic terms of use have already been agreed between the government and suppliers, public sector buyers can purchase services from VST Enterprises without running a full OJEU (Official Journal of the European Union) procurement process each time.

“There are several elements to our VCode/VPlatform that are valuable to public sector enterprises,”explains Melissa Henry, Operations Director of VST Enterprises. “The technology can be used to authenticate the identity of users and secure transaction data, increasing the security of personal information and confidential records. It also enables full traceability, helping authorities to tackle counterfeiting and piracy and improve tax and excise practices.”

In 2014, the EU commission passed legislation stating that all items entering the EU must prove their provenance. A report produced by the European Innovation Network identified VCode as the only standalone technology that could address this issue and VST Enterprises has received the EU Seal of Excellence for its solution.

Having a presence on G-Cloud is not a guarantee of winning public sector business. However,

VST Enterprises’ already has a number of deals in the works with those such as Isle of Man Post Office and York Council, proving the robustness of its offering.

One of the remits of the G-Cloud framework is to encourage smaller firms to pitch for business. As of the end of last year, almost half (48%) of the £2.85bn of sales generated went to SMEs.

This is clearly a healthy trend,” says Hendry. “By working with innovative UK companies like ourselves, the public sector gets access to a wider range of skills and expertise. A more diverse supply chain is a key element in achieving value for money in procurement as well as further developing the UK technology sector.”

For more information about VST Enterprises, go to https://www.vstenterprises.com/.

VST Enterprises Boosts Public Sector Procurement Profile

Manchester’s VST Enterprises accepted on to government G-Cloud 10 framework

VST Enterprises online authentication accepted on G-Cloud 10 framework

About VST Enterprises

VST Enterprises is the company behind VCode® and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – the technology enables users to access personalised information securely through a mobile phone or smart device. Each code is unique and matched to pre-set security parameters that vary the level of access and information per user. The technology can be adapted for a range of consumer, business and government applications, providing a secure means of verifying information.

A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 40:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160 degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen. This allows users to access exclusive content and make purchases while on the move.

Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, push notifications and rewards can be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans via the VPlatform, offering significant engagement possibilities for brands with their client base.

 

VST Enterprises welcomes new operations director to the fold

Manchester, UK, 7 February 2018 – VST Enterprises, the Manchester-based consumer technology and security company, has appointed telecommunications expert, Melissa Hendry as its new Operations Director.

With more than 14 years’ experience in telecommunications and technology, Melissa brings considerable expertise in the sector, making her an ideal addition to the VST Enterprises team. In her role, she will be responsible for the day-to-day operational management of the company, overseeing a wide range of processes, including security and risk auditing, policy creation, strategic planning and key project delivery, playing a vital role in securing future business growth.

Melissa comes to VST Enterprises from ZiMovi, a centralised video management, hosting and distribution platform, created to give video owners complete control over their entire video catalogue. While at ZiMovi, Melissa worked closely with VST Enterprises to develop an innovative new application for the company’s scannable technology, VCode®, called VStreams. With VStreams, a customer can effortlessly scan the VCode as a call to action or watermark embedded within the video taking the user to external content, or scan a VCode leading them to the video itself. Melissa will continue in an operations leadership role at ZiMovi, and will divide her time between the two companies.

Speaking about her new position at VST Enterprises, Melissa explained: “As a long-time technology security professional, I’m particularly excited by VCode’s potential. Founder Louis and his team are doing what no one else has managed to yet – what may seem a simple code is so much more than that. No other technology that I’ve encountered has come even close to VCode’s security applications, required in so many sectors.

“I’m looking forward to working more with such a game-changing technology, and playing a role in helping it to transform the technology and cybersecurity space.”

CEO and founder of VST Enterprises, Louis-James Davis, commented: “I first worked with Melissa at ZiMovi, and her work on building VStreams was truly impressive. It’s fantastic to have her join as the newest addition to the team. Her experience in digital security is second to none, and will prove a vital asset to VST Enterprises as we continue to introduce our market-disrupting technology to new industries around the world.”

To find out more about VST Enterprises and VCode®, visit: https://vstenterprises.com/.

 VST Enterprises

 VST Enterprises (VSTE) is the company behind VCode and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – an evolutionary step forward from traditional barcodes and QR Codes. A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 70:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160 degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen and even when they are microscopic on bank notes or minerals. This allows users to access exclusive content, check the validity of an item and make purchases while on the move.

 Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, the VPlatform enables push notifications and rewards to be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans, offering opportunities for brands to significantly enhance engagement levels with their client base.

www.vstenterprises.com

@vstenterprises

 

VST Enterprises appoints new Managing Director at Manchester HQ

Manchester, UK, 7 February 2018 – Consumer technology and security company, VST Enterprises, has appointed expert sales and channel director, Paul Greaves as its new Managing Director.

Paul boasts a remarkable 25+ years’ experience scaling businesses, including developing and selling his company, Intercell, to United Utilities which went above and beyond projected revenue figures, now at £100bn and rising. Paul brings his expertise to VST Enterprises after being bowled over by the sheer size of the potential for the company.

VST Enterprises’ technology VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – an evolutionary step forward from traditional barcodes and QR Codes. VCode is being adopted to combat the supply of counterfeit goods in Hong Kong and China, eliminate the circulation of conflict minerals and currency counterfeiting in Africa, provide a virtual wallet for secure payments across mainland Europe from Armenia, as well as working with the Indian government to eliminate fraud from the benefits system.

Paul will lead the direction and strategy of the company through advances in technologies and strategic partners. To enable the business to live up to its mammoth potential, he will play a vital role in securing future business growth.

Paul joins VST Enterprises alongside his role as CEO of global cloud-based video platform, ZiMoviand will drive the growth of both businesses on a global scale. The two companies currently collaborate on VStreams, which uses VST Enterprises’ scannable technology, VCode®, to allow users to securely access personalised information, no matter where they are, via a smart device. With VStreams, a customer can effortlessly scan the VCode, either as a call to action or by scanning a watermark embedded within the video, taking the user to external content.

Speaking about his new position at VST Enterprises, Paul explained: “A lot of people talk about global opportunities for businesses, but in my 30 years scaling and managing businesses, I’ve never seen anything quite like this. The potential for VST Enterprises is phenomenal.”

“I first came to VST Enterprises as a JV Partner and I was thrilled at the potential. In my new role, I’ve had the opportunity to meet with multiple big-name partners and see an even more impressive company than I could have imagined. I’m happy to see that other partners are equally as excited as I am.”

Louis-James Davis, CEO of VST Enterprises, added: “Paul’s experience in this industry is unparalleled. We’re delighted to have him onboard, and his knowledge will prove invaluable to the company as we develop and grow our global footprint. The future is bright for VST Enterprises, and we’re excited that Paul will be an important part of rapid global growth.”

VST Enterprises is already based in every continent around the globe, having expanded exponentially over the past 12 months, and the company has big ambitions. To find out more about VST Enterprises and VCode®, visit: https://vstenterprises.com/.

 VST Enterprises

 VST Enterprises (VSTE) is the company behind VCode and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – an evolutionary step forward from traditional barcodes and QR Codes. A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 70:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160-degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen and even when they are microscopic on bank notes or minerals. This allows users to access exclusive content, check the validity of an item and make purchases while on the move.

 Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, the VPlatform enables push notifications and rewards to be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans, offering opportunities for brands to significantly enhance engagement levels with their client base.

www.vstenterprises.com

@vstenterprises

 

A double win for Louis-James Davis – VST Enterprises’ CEO takes home the gold at the Made In Manchester Awards 2018

Manchester, UK. 2 February 2018: VST Enterprises’ CEO and founder, Louis-James Davis, had much to celebrate last night as he took home the trophy for Entrepreneur of the Year and the coveted Chairman’s Rising Star Award at the Made in Manchester Awards 2018.

The Made in Manchester Awards celebrate the best in young and local talent at a glamourous awards ceremony, recognising outstanding contributions in 14 categories, includingexcellence in innovation, entrepreneurial spirit, training and development and leadership.

Louis-James retired from professional drumming in 2009 after a rare bout of pneumonia took him away from mainstream performance. He turned his passion for technology into entrepreneurial momentum and went on to develop a completely new scannable code that’s making strides in the fight against counterfeit, fraud and money laundering: VCode®.

Louis’ entrepreneurial spirit, strategic vision and leadership has seen him create a multi-million pound business with worldwide presence in an incredibly short timescale – and it was this drive that saw him receive the Chairman’s Rising Star Award.

On his award win, Louis commented:“It’s a huge honour to have come away on the night with not one but two awards. I’m so proud of everything I’ve achieved with my team at VST Enterprises, and we’re looking forward to an even stronger year ahead.

 “The tech scene is growing up exponentially in Manchester at the moment. I’m happy to be showing the world what we have to offer.”

Chair of future pro-manchester, Claire Sofield,said: “The Made in Manchester Awards give us an opportunity to highlight and reward the amazing young professionals we have in Manchester.

“Manchester is full of ambitious talented individuals who want to work together to create a thriving economy and I think that makes Manchester a great place to do business.”

A dedicated philanthropist and proud Mancunian, Louis is committed to helping the next generation gain entrepreneurial skills whatever their background. As well as being a Creative, Digital & Health Care Technology Ambassador for the Manchester Metropolitan University & Ambassador for KidScan Children’s Cancer Trust, he’s also hosted a series of events, formerly known as In The City.

VST Enterprises (VSTE) is the company behind VCode and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – an evolutionary step forward from traditional barcodes and QR Codes. A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 70:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160 degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen and even when they are microscopic on bank notes or minerals. This allows users to access exclusive content, check the validity of an item and make purchases while on the move.

Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, the VPlatform enables push notifications and rewards to be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans, offering opportunities for brands to significantly enhance engagement levels with their client base.

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VST Enterprises hand-picked for Grant Thornton business growth report

Grant Thornton, one of the world’s largest professional services network of independent accounting and consulting member firms, recently reviewed the current business landscape in the North West to decipher the key components needed to cultivate a successful business. The firm hopes to encourage and inspire other ambitious business leaders looking to accelerate their growth performance.

Grant Thornton identified four key characteristics for successful business growth in this region and hand-selected a number of companies who have effectively met them in order to expand nationally and internationally.

  •    Purpose-driven
  •    Invested in top-line growth / willing to seek external funding and engage in M&A     activity
  •    Tech confident
  •    Networked

As a consumer technology and security company that has expanded rapidly over the past 12 months, really showing what the North has to offer, we we’re selected by Grant Thornton analysists to contribute to their report.

Giving kudos to VST Enterprises and the other businesses involved, Carl Williams, Practice Leader for the North West, Grant Thornton UK LLP said: “In the North West, we’re lucky to be home to some truly exceptional and inspiring businesses, a number of which have contributed to this research. However, if we as a region are to unlock our economic potential, it’s clear that we must learn from these best-in-class companies by being brave and tenacious in seeking new opportunities to grow.

 “These companies are ambitious, purpose-driven enterprises. They are embracing the power of technology, are alive to the possibilities of international trade and open to forging new, value-enhancing partnerships. They are thinking big in terms of external investment and M&A – and have clear strategies to reach the next level.”

Our CEO, Louis-James Davis, spoke with Carl and the Grant Thornton team about the importance of technology, support from investors to expand to a number of lucrative markets around the globe, and encouraging a true Northern economic powerhouse.

External links

To read to the full report, go to: https://www.grantthornton.co.uk/en/insights/planning-for-growth-in-the-north-west/

World’s first art prints to contain scannable authentication

 

World’s first art prints to contain scannable authentication

Pioneering endeavour with VST Enterprises will raise funds towards ocean clean-up campaign

Manchester, UK. 19 January 2018. Artist Christian Moorehas today announced an exciting partnership with VST Enterprises,which will see VCode® technology incorporated onto his ‘Milestones’ collection of prints. The technology provides authentication and enables greater interaction with his works, profits from which will go towards a major campaign to clear oceanic islands of plastic waste.

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Each of the Milestones Collection prints contain a VCode, as shown in the image above. When a user scans the VCode with the VCode app on their smart device, they are presented with information on Christian, the print – including a digital certificate of authenticity – and details on the ocean clean-up campaign. Through the VCode app, users will also be able to purchase prints from the collection.

This unique collaboration between VST Enterprises and Christian brings his art to life and has the capacity to be a game-changer in the world of art and media.

Louis-James Davis, CEO of VST Enterprises, comments: “We’re proud to join forces with Christian. He’s much more than an artist, he’s a passionate creative who has pushed boundaries to have the first authenticated prints collection.

“Together, we can raise awareness and much-needed funding to help clear the ocean of ruinous waste, which is causing great damage to our environment.”

Louis, who was recently appointed ambassador for children’s cancer research charity, Kidscan, founded his internationally-recognised business with the main priority of reflecting his values as a global humanitarian.

The company is rolling out the next generation of code scanning technology over the coming months across a range of sectors. From scannable donations to securing data and products against counterfeiting, cyber-attacks, and unethical production methods, its possibilities are truly infinite.

For more information, go to www.vstenterprises.comor contact hello@vstenterprises.com.

About VST Enterprises

VST Enterprises (VSTE) is the company behind VCode and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – an evolutionary step forward from traditional barcodes and QR Codes. A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 40:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160 degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen. This allows users to access exclusive content and make purchases while on the move.

Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, the VPlatform enables push notifications and rewards to be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans, offering opportunities for brands to significantly enhance engagement levels with their client base.

VST ENTERPRISES FOUNDER LOUIS-JAMES DAVIS NAMED SCIENCE AND TECH AMBASSADOR TO ZIMBABWE GOVERNMENT

Hon. Louis-James Davis, founder and CEO of Manchester-based consumer technology and security company, VST Enterprises, has been named as the new Science and Technology Ambassador to the Zimbabwean Government.

The ambassadorship was granted to Louis-James at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January, followed by a formal ceremony in the capital of Zimbabwe, Harare which will take place at the end of March. The ceremony is set to be attended by ministers and government officials, as well as representatives of the Zimbabwean press corps. The honour follows some 12 months of close co-operation between VST Enterprises and authorities in Zimbabwe to develop innovative ways to address key economic challenges in the country through VCode®, the company’s cutting-edge authentication technology.

Commenting on the ambassadorship, Emmerson Mnangagwa, the President of Zimbabwe, explained: “Louis-James and his company, VST Enterprises, have been a crucial support to the Zimbabwean government in recent months, as we continue our work to rebuild our country’s economy. The solutions Louis-James and his team are developing are truly at the cutting edge of technology, helping to go a long way towards tackling the challenges hindering Zimbabwe’s economic recovery.

“Now, as our new Science and Technology Ambassador, Louis-James will be able to take this work even further, operating in partnership with the government in a wide array of areas to find even more innovative ways to further improve the lives of the Zimbabwean people and lay the foundations for a happier, more prosperous future for the nation.”

VCode was awarded the EU Seal of Excellence for its anti-counterfeiting and end-to-end supply chain and traceability capabilities, and has been commended by UK Prime Minister Theresa May. A completely secure means of verification, information held within the VCode® can be set and tracked in real-time in the cloud-based tracking portal, the VPlatform.

With VST Enterprises, Louis-James will be implementing VCode to tackle illegal mining, counterfeiting and issues with border control, as well as introducing identity cards and tax collection for informal businesses to provide life-changing benefits – such as new infrastructure, schools and a boost in the economy – for the entire population.

Louis-James added: “The way the new government has embraced innovative technology is a testament to its commitment to putting the Zimbabwean economy back on its feet.

”We are proud of the work we’ve done so far to support the country in this goal. We’re looking forward to leveraging this new honour to do even more to help the people of Zimbabwe create a prosperous future.”

Louis-James has been celebrated for his technological innovation and business leadership, having recently been named as Manchester’s Entrepreneur of the Year, and the Chairman’s Rising Star for expanding VST Enterprises’ global presence to tackle the most prevailing issues in counterfeiting, fraud and money laundering.

A dedicated philanthropist, Louis-James is Ambassador for KidScan Children’s Cancer Trust and Cancer Research UK, as well as promoting the next generation of technology entrepreneurs as a Creative, Digital & Health Care Technology Ambassador for the Manchester Metropolitan University.

 

About VST Enterprises

VST Enterprises is the company behind VCode® and the VPlatform. Headquartered in Manchester, the company has international offices in New York, Reno, Hong Kong, Armenia, New Delhi and South Africa.

VCode represents the next generation of code scanning technology – the technology enables users to access personalised information securely through a mobile phone or smart device. Each code is unique and matched to pre-set security parameters that vary the level of access and information per user. The technology can be adapted for a range of consumer, business and government applications, providing a secure means of verifying information.

A VCode can be scanned from over 100 metres, with a 40:1 distance to size scan ratio, at 160 degree angles, on and from moving objects, and upon any multimedia or television screen. This allows users to access exclusive content and make purchases while on the move.

Supporting the VCode app is the VPlatform – a secure, cloud-based portal that allows users to create VCodes and manage the content they lead to. The VPlatform also provides users with real-time analytics on who scanned their VCodes, and when and where the scans took place.

On top of this, push notifications and rewards can be sent back to individuals who have made VCode scans via the VPlatform, offering significant engagement possibilities for brands with their client base.

 

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