One of the best features of T.A.P. Tags is that the content the tags display can be changed remotely with our user interface.
Ocean View, New Jersey (PRWEB) May 16, 2017
T.A.P. Tag Technologies, LLC announced today upgrades to the user interface that controls T.A.P. Tags, their line of NFC enhanced promotional items. The software enhancements include the ability to make bulk edits, and new features designed to help track usage and history.
Based in Ocean View, New Jersey, T.A.P. Tag Technologies specializes in NFC chip technology and offers a line of NFC enhanced promotional items called T.A.P. Tags. Designed to help companies put their message on their client’s phones, T.A.P. Tags can display virtually any URL with just a simple tap of an NFC enabled smartphone. The promotional items are customized with logos and can be programmed with the user interface to open up the company website, digital business cards, special deals and offers, and more.
“One of the best features of T.A.P. Tags is that the content the tags display can be changed remotely with our user interface. The addition of the bulk edit feature makes it simple for our clients to use T.A.P. Tags throughout multiple marketing campaigns,” said David Berroa, T.A.P. Tag Technologies.
The new bulk edit feature allows users to edit a range of tags at once rather than individually. The edit feature also retains the ability to change one tag at a time if desired.
“The bulk edit feature has been very well received by T.A.P. Tag Tech clients so far. This update streamlines the process of changing the URL the tags point to, and has been especially helpful for our clients who are using hundreds of tags,” said Berroa.
The upgrades to the user interface also include a Tag History and new features designed to help track tag usage. The Tag History feature tracks every URL that each T.A.P. Tag has been set to in the past. People can use the user interface to pull up a tag history for a particular tag or range of tags.
“The tag usage data can be very helpful to determine information about their customers. For example many people place a T.A.P. Tag on the door of their business to provide information during off hours. If the tag usage data shows a large number of scans at a certain time, the business might want to adjust their hours to include the high traffic time,” said Berroa.
The new features allow the user to pull up graphs that display information about Tag usage. Data such as what time certain tags were used as well as information about the operating system and browser used to view the tags.
For more information about T.A.P. Tag Technologies please visit http://www.TapTagTech.com.