Seed had been lauched by the recently formed Loyalty Services, which was created by GEO directors Goldwag and Empson and Simon Ward of Promodus.
The project is being managed by Seed and is based on the Argos Business Solutions online loyalty infrastructure, which is part of the catalogue shopping business.
The group said there has been great demand for a purpose built b2b loyalty programme and it is already engaged with some "big names" in the power, financial services and communications world.
"The collaboration is at an early stage, but interest has been strong. There is clearly a demand for a purpose-built b2b loyalty programme.
"The idea is to include the key players early so that they have the opportunity to shape the programme to their needs," Goldwag said.
Seed will offer companies features to encourage and reward their customers in a way to suit their lifestyle. Collectors will be able to choose from a range of reward options, including regular special offers and specialist business services. The system can also be accessed via mobile phone text messaging.
Ward said that, after talking to the major b2b players, it became clear that there was an appetite for such a coalition loyalty programme.
"To the issuing company this means real change in consumer behaviour, fast," Ward said.
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