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Anagram Announces New Offering

An offer that instantly generates rebates for patients to make eyewear more affordable.

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(PRESS RELEASE) Anagram, a leading software provider for independent eye care, is announcing the release of Anagram Prosper. Prosper is a patient-facing rebate platform built on wholesale pricing agreements with eyewear vendors. At no cost to them, providers can pass on savings from these agreements to their patients through instant cash-back rebates.

“We’ve all seen eyewear prices skyrocket while provider margins get squeezed, largely due to massive industry consolidation and control,” Jeremy Bluvol, CEO and co-founder of Anagram explained. “Prosper is our solution. A tool that lowers prices for patients without lowering provider margins. It’s game changing.”

Prosper is a new take on rebates. Eye care providers use it to generate compelling cash-back rewards on lenses and frame lines in their optical. Rebates are initiated in the existing Anagram app. Then Prosper sends the rebates to patients—often before they even leave the optical.

Anagram is able to offer these rebates through pricing agreements reached with the highest quality vendors. These agreements offer providers unique and transparent wholesale pricing. Prosper is subsidized by Anagram and its wholesale vendor partners so the product is available to providers at no cost.

Click here to learn more about Prosper.

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