Find and text local businesses without the hassle of hold music or miscommunication with absolutely no hidden fees for anyone! We already invested $650k to validate the market and are ready to expand!
Miscommunication on calls and being put on hold is the worst, every second you're not closing your brand or business is losing value, this is how your average call goes.
No more wasted time or miscommunication.
Why waste all that time, money, and effort when texting is in!
Wystle's propriety platform to provide optimal customer service for all through Optimized Traffic Routing
What Wystle will do for businesses and consumers!
$50/month for business on board after free trial
Additional revenue stream through advertising
Wystle enables consumers to text a business like they are texting a friend!
Seeing the growing demand for text messaging as the preferred medium for customer service, founders James and John identified that major problem with many customer service text message applications is the “one off” nature of these solutions.
Most solutions are specific to each business; for example, each business might have its own mobile application (like Starbucks/Chipotle) or its own text message support number.
They need multiple applications to take appointments/reservations and another for take out or questions, Wystle is a one stop shop.
While these solutions provide value in an individual context, they require the user to download a multitude of different mobile applications to take appointments/reservations (opentable)and another for take out or questions (Chownow, Uber Eats) or keep track of numerous text support numbers.
John and James envisioned a text support application where users could find businesses on a map or like contacts in their phone, rather than having to download numerous individual apps or track down dozens of unique support numbers.
In 2015, John and James began building Wystle, the one stop shop, to turn their vision for a truly easy-to-use for all businesses texting application into a reality.
Not only the big guys deserve an app for orders, appointments, and customer service and thats what Wystle will provide to the millions of businesses across the nation.
Instead of continuing to wait...
Users simply download the Wystle app for free from iTunes or Google Play, find a business by searching their name, proximity, or industry and message a business within the app, and receive a quick and accurate response.
-In a hurry but need your nails done? Message your local salon for an appointment.
-Starving in class but won't have time to wait in line and order? Message ahead for hot & ready.
-Wondering where the best lunch special going but don't want to call everyone? Message around.
-AC not working? Message your maintenance person a question with a picture.
-Need an oil change but can't get anyone on out of the garage on the phone? Message them.
On average humans spend 43 days in their lives on hold (marketWatch), consumers will be able to take their time back by using Wystle's proprietary platform and immediately communicating with the right person whether thats messaging in a pick up order or the DMV and anything in between.
The best part for all the business users?
The Wystle platform only cost $50/month and businesses can immediately begin incorporating our patented text message customer service into their business with absolutely NO HIDDEN OR BACKEND FEES.
$50 a month and nothing else!
NO HIDDEN OR BACKEND FEES
With so many integrations Wystle is perfect for any industry
Everything you need with a user friendly interface for your business to reach ultimate efficiency!
Example of routing & departments
Restaurants can decide who receives what message with our proprietary routing optimizer
Reservation inquiry goes to the hostess device
Special questions and take out orders go to the bar device
Example of routing & departments at a retail store/auto parts
Specific questions about maintenance or damages etc go to the handyman
Price questions or availability go to the front
Question about certain part like tire goes straight to that department
How does a business sign up? Easy!
1) Build your profile with basic information and select what category you would like to be listed under.
Fill out your Business Information and Logo
Input Your Address Information
Select Your Business Category
2) Set your hours so people know when they can reach you
Create an After Hours Auto response so that you are always in touch with your Customers!
3) Create welcome messages, canned responses, and select various routing options
Customize Automated responses to make sure your customers are always being attended to:
4) If necessary create different routing options by department, straight to the point no pressing numbers to get where you need to go!
Lastly invite your employees by e-mail to give them access to return messages and you are ready to stop wasting time and start Wystleing!
Whenever you receive a message you will be notified through the Wystle application by ringtone or vibration on all devices in use or directly to the pre-determined routing option specified in your profile!
Since its launch in 2017, Wystle has added dozens of businesses and hundreds of consumers to the Wystle platform, and has experienced month over month user growth and repeat usage.
All capital raised will be used to enhance the Wystle application & strategically grow with our proven model to become a household name!
Pre-rev to dozens of paying customers in Charleston SC & thousands of end users in last six months.June, 2018
Because we do not require a business to upload an entire list of options which could include products, services, menu items etc it is extremely simple & fast. In addition to the easy on-boarding process it is also free unlike competitors.
Wystle is a competitively superior solution to its closest competitors on a number of aspects. From a consumer user perspective, the Wystle platform has a contact list of local businesses so the consumer does not have to locate a unique number to contact each business. The geo-filtering aspect of Wystle also enables users to search for local businesses that meet their criteria, so they can use Wystle to solve their problem even if they don’t have a specific business in mind. From a business user perspective, Wystle is easier to implement than many competitive solutions since it does not require configuration of integrations and other complex setup tasks. Wystle also enables businesses to simply tell their customers to “text us on Wystle” rather than expect their customers to save a unique phone number for text communications. The straight forward and unlimited usage pricing model also makes Wystle superior to its competitors and lowers the barrier to entry for small business owners.
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We know that the net proceeds of the Offering, existing cash balances, and funds generated from operations may not provide us with sufficient funds to finance our operations, and we may need to quickly raise additional funds through equity or debt financing or from other sources and may also have to make significant cutbacks in our operations and growth plans. The sale of additional equity may result in dilution to our investors. To the extent that we rely upon debt financing, we will incur the obligation to repay the funds borrowed with interest and may become subject to covenants and restrictions that restrict the Company’s flexibility. No assurance can be given that additional financing will be available or that, if available, it can be obtained on terms favorable to us. Failure to obtain necessary financing could compel us to curtail or even cease operations. If this were to happen, you could lose all or part of your investment.
We may encounter numerous difficulties frequently encountered by companies in the development stage of operations.
Historically, there has been a high failure rate among development stage companies. Our future performance will depend upon a number of factors, including our ability to:
•implement our growth strategy;
•aggressively counter and respond to actions by our competitors;
•obtain necessary licenses;
•provide high quality, reliable products and/or services at competitive prices;
•choose new markets successfully;
•maintain adequate control of our expenses;
•attract, retain, and motivate qualified personnel and consultants; and
•react to customer and market demands.
We cannot assure you that we will successfully address any of these factors, and our failure to do so could have a material adverse effect on our business, financial condition, results of operations and future prospects.
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We will rely on a combination of any applicable U.S. and foreign trade secret, trademark, and copyright laws, as well as non-disclosure agreements and other protective measures, to protect intellectual property rights pertaining to our products. There can be no assurance, however, that these measures will provide meaningful protection of our trade secrets, know-how, or other intellectual property in the event of any unauthorized use, misappropriation or disclosure. In addition, there can be no assurance our intellectual property rights will be held to be valid, will not be successfully challenged or will otherwise be of value.
We will have substantial discretion over the use of the proceeds of this Offering.
We will have significant flexibility in applying the net proceeds of this offering and may apply the proceeds in ways with which you do not agree.The failure of our management to apply these funds effectively could materially harm our business. The proposed allocation of the net proceeds of this offering represents our best estimate of the expected use of funds to finance our activities in accordance with our current objectives and overall market conditions.
Our future capital requirements will depend on many factors, many of which are beyond our control.
Our future capital requirements will depend on many factors, including, but not limited to:
•Early-stage costs and expenses (including, without limitation, costs and expenses of initial production runs);
•The market acceptance of our products and/or services;
•The levels of promotion and marketing required to attain a competitive position in the marketplace; and
•The response of competitors.
Rapid technological change could reduce demand for our products and/or services.
Our industry is characterized by rapidly changing technology and frequent introductions of new technologies. Although our growth strategy contemplates the introduction of new products and services, the development of these new products and services is a complex and uncertain process, requiring a high level of innovation, as well as the ability to accurately predict future technology and market trends. We may not be able to respond effectively to technological changes and emerging industry standards or to identify, develop, or support new technologies in a timely and cost-effective manner, if at all. If we are unable to achieve the improvements in our products necessary for their successful commercialization, the demand for our products will suffer.
Our industry is highly competitive, and we may not have the resources required to compete.
Our industry is intensely competitive, subject to rapid change and significantly affected by new product innovations. We compete with companies in the U.S. and internationally.
Many of our competitors have much greater financial, technical, research, marketing, sales, distribution, service, and other resources than we do. Our competitors, including several development stage companies, may develop or market technologies that are more effective or commercially attractive than ours, or that may render our technologies obsolete. There can be no assurance that in the future our competitors will not develop products with superior performance or are less expensive relative to our products, rendering our products obsolete or noncompetitive. We expect technology to continue to develop rapidly, and our success will depend to a large extent upon our ability to maintain a competitive position by developing new and enhanced state-of-the-art products.
Risks Related to the Company’s Securities
Restrictions on the Transfer of Membership Units
The ability of investors to sell their membership units to realize gains is limited by the Company’s Operating Agreement which provides, in addition to certain other limitations, that: (i) an investor generally does not have the right to sell, assign, give or otherwise transfer all or any part of its membership units; and (ii) under certain circumstances, an investor will be required to sell all of the investor’s membership units to the Managing Members of the Company, the Company, and/or the other members in the Company.
We do not expect to pay any distributions for the foreseeable future.
We anticipate, following the completion of this offering and for the foreseeable future, that earnings, if any, will be retained for the development of our business and will not be distributed to investors. The declaration and payment of distributions, if any, by us at some future time will depend upon our results of operations, financial condition, cash requirements, future prospects, limitations imposed by credit agreements or senior securities, and any other factors deemed relevant by the Company. The declaration and payment of cash distributions by us, if at all, will be at the discretion of the Company.
Your investment is limited in its liquidity.
The membership units will be illiquid with no certainty that any market ever will develop for the securities. There is currently no public market for the membership units, and we can make no assurances that you will be able to sell membership units if you elect to do so. The membership units may not be sold or transferred unless registered under the Securities Act and other applicable securities laws of any of the jurisdictions in which the membership units may be sold unless, in the opinion of counsel, an exemption from registration is available. The membership units are also subject to additional transfer restrictions in the Operating Agreement. We anticipate that there will be no liquidity for the membership units and that you will not receive any income from, or return of, your capital investment until or unless we are able to become publicly traded or are acquired by or merged with another company.