loyalty card

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loyalty card

a swipe card issued by a supermarket or chain store to a customer, used to record credit points awarded for money spent in the store
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On Point Loyalty, LLC has announced the release of its first annual report on the Top 100 Most Valuable Airline Loyalty Programs around the world providing the first-ever comprehensive, data-driven ranking of the value of airline loyalty programs, the company said.
Beyond the incremental increase in revenue, the research identified another, and perhaps more surprising, finding: fewer than one in five retailers focuses on ROI as a key metric of the success of their loyalty program.
One way companies can do this, Collins points out, is by tying their loyalty programs into their CRM systems so that when a customer calls in, the system can alert the agent that a loyalty program member is on the line.
BOSTON -- A new report from Boston Retail Partners (BRP) indicates that more and more retailers are making loyalty programs a top priority in their effort to engage and retain customers.
With this new online loyalty program solution, the cardholders will have an entire ecosystem of airlines, hotels, car-rental agencies, online stores, brand vouchers, sports events, celebrity and lifestyle experiences, etc.
It's great having something like a loyalty program where customers can go to any of my area locations and reap the same benefits.
Since the increase in spending on loyalty programs is directly proportional to the growth of the card payments channel, banks recorded a positive growth in card usage volumes.
In the end, loyalty program participants who are both activated and fully engaged spend more money than other participants.
Sunday, 10th July, 2011: Tech Access, the leading Value-added IT Distributor for world class vendors like Oracle, NetApp, HDS, and Symantec in Middle East and North Africa, launched its premium Partner Loyalty Program on July 1 st 2011.
By empowering regional businesses with the ability to steer deferred revenues and increase customer satisfaction through an easy-to-integrate loyalty solution that combines state-of-the-art patented technology and services, we aim to contribute to the growth of the region's economy, while growing our business and the customer loyalty program market in the process.
The latter may include, for example, customers whose purchases cannot be monitored or who do not purchase quantities sufficient to make it worthwhile for sellers to enroll them in a loyalty program.