DALLAS -- Koupon Media, a mobile-offer platform and retail network, has certified with payments and commerce solutions provider Verifone to deliver secure, one-time-use mobile coupons to brands and retailers.
The integration will allow all retailers using the Verifone Commander platform to create, manage and distribute mobile coupons by Koupon Media, with unique barcodes that are immediately deactivated once scanned.
“Customer loyalty has become an important factor that determines the success of a business. Single-use coupons are a unique way to secure a loyalty campaign,” said Bill Ogle, CEO of Koupon Media. “With no complicated integrations, software downloads or cumbersome accounting required, this new partnership provides a seamless, turnkey solution for brands and retailers using Verifone’s global Commander platform to deliver mobile coupons for single, one-time use.”
Verifone Commander Site Controller is a single site-management software platform that supports all petroleum and card brands, providing increased speed in at-the-pump and in-store payment acceptance, fueling operations and back-office control.
Retailers have the capability to create and distribute mobile coupons with unique barcodes directly on the Koupon Platform, eliminating the possibility of multiple-use, fraudulent coupon scans.
“Customer loyalty solutions are a strategic focus for many of our petroleum retailers. Verifone is committed to providing our clients with a wide array of loyalty partner platforms specifically designed with our customers’ needs in mind,” said Dan Yienger, senior vice president of global petroleum sales for Verifone, San Jose, Calif. “Koupon Media’s innovative use of our loyalty interface is a unique addition to the family of Verifone-certified loyalty partners on our highly successful global Commander platform.”
Dallas-based Koupon Media’s platform powers mobile offers for more than 43,000 retail locations and many consumer packaged goods (CPG) brands, delivering more than 500 million offers since. In 2015, the Koupon Platform drove more than 10 million store trips, leading to $100 million in value for brands and retailers, the company said.