Launches in Harvey Norman and telcos.
InvisibleShield On Demand (ISoD) will be rolling out in-store screen protection services to more than 350 retail stores across Australia and New Zealand, including select Harvey Norman, Optus, Vodafone and Omni Tech outlets.
The service, which is currently available in over 2,500 EMEA locations, enables retailers to cut and apply screen protection films for virtually any device. This means retailers can have InvisibleShield available on the same day of any new device launch to avoid disappointing a customer because a pre-cut screen protector is unavailable.
Zagg International vice president of sales, Lars Grip said, “With cuts available for more than 4,000 devices, including smartphones, tablets, wearables and laptops, ISoD will significantly increase sales opportunities for our retail partners.
“Whether you own the latest iPhone or an old Android, we have got you covered with InvisibleShield’s industry-leading scratch and impact protection.”
InvisibleShield is the number one selling industry standard and category creator for screen protection with more than 165 million screen protectors sold worldwide. Based in Utah, the company has operations in the United States, Ireland, and China with products available worldwide and at leading retailers.