As one of the largest and fastest-growing providers of installed mobility and accessibility solutions, 101 Mobility franchise businesses help individuals and businesses across the United States and Canada.
Its 83 locations (and counting) are independently owned and operated franchise businesses. As a tech solutions provider for the franchise network, FUSION OF IDEAS offers mobile device packaging options that provide the Mobility Consultants the resources they need when meeting with potential customers.
Franchisees have a range of device package options, from the comprehensive package that includes Apple iPad Pro with Apple Pencil and a smart keyboard folio, to the accessories package with just the smart keyboard folio and Apple Pencil.
“Our Mobility Consultants have a huge advantage over our competitors when they use iPads from FUSION OF IDEAS,” said Jessica Kraszeski, 101 Mobility market manager. “Customers are always impressed with our professionalism, from the sleek branding to the polished sales presentations. We are proud to incorporate the iPad into our sales process.”
All devices and accessories are customized with the 101 Mobility logo and iPads are preloaded with dedicated apps for the sales team.
“Potential franchise owners always get excited when we demonstrate our iPad sales process – thanks to FUSION OF IDEAS, we’re able to incorporate this valuable tool into our new franchise package and that really sets us apart.”
For more than 25 years, Kidd’s Kids has taken children with life-threatening and life-altering conditions and their families on an all-expense-paid trip to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
For the ninth consecutive year, FUSION OF IDEAS has gratefully donated our app development and customization services to this amazing cause. Together with Best Buy and Microsoft, we provided and personally handed out customized Microsoft Surface laptops to each Kidd’s Kids family. Each laptop was personalized with trip information preloaded in the devices.
The gift of technology is an impactful one for the families. The children use these devices for schoolwork as well as entertainment when they are in the hospital, and for some, who are nonverbal, technology devices are valuable communication tools.
Kidd Kraddick founded Kidd’s Kids in 1991 with a dream to make a difference in the lives of children and their families who were dealing with life-altering conditions. The Irving, Texas-based organization has sent over 4,000 children and their families on a trip of a lifetime to Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.