Data services company, SkyFii (ASX:SKF), has inked another trial services agreement. The company has entered into a trial services agreement with hospitality company, Merivale.
This announcement comes off the back of the recent trial services agreements it made with Barangaroo, the Precision Group, Hawaiian Property Group, as well as Blackstone/Bevillesta.
As per the agreement, SkyFii will enable the provision of its wireless network and analytics services for Merivale. The new agreement runs for a period of four weeks, set against specified deliverables (KPIs) and is a pre-cursor to a possible full roll-out of SkyFii’s services across Merivale’s portfolio of hospitality venues in Sydney.
The trial is being conducted at two of Merivale’s flagship venues, the Ivy and the Establishment, and will include eight venues within the Ivy complex and six bars and restaurants at the Establishment.
SkyFii will install and manage Wi-Fi services at the Ivy and the Establishment, which will provide a free wireless service within both venues for Merivale’s customers.
Subject to the successful delivery of KPIs associated with the trial, SkyFii’s wireless network services may be rolled-out across the wider Merivale portfolio of venues, and the company could possibly enter into a Masters Services Agreement (MSA) with Merivale for the provision of its services.
SkyFii CEO, Wayne Arthur, said the agreement with Merivale highlights the diverse, and expanding, application and adoption of SkyFii’s services across a broad mix of property and venue types, including large retail shopping environments, hospitality and entertainment complexes, and public open spaces and other venues.
“We are delighted to enter in to this trial agreement for the provision of our services with Merivale. The trial provides the ideal mechanism for SkyFii to demonstrate the value of our services first-hand, and we look forward to it forming the foundation for a long and successful relationship with Merivale and its patrons,” he said.
SkyFii’s services under the agreement with Merivale is currently being rolled-out, and the company will provide further details on the operation of the trial and any progression to a wider portfolio roll-out in due course.
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