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Since 2001, restaurant chains across the country have leveraged our industry-leading innovations to deliver exceptional guest experiences. Today, more than 300 QSRs and FSRs are feeling the power of creating highly valuable, long lasting guest relationships with Paytronix.

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Technology/Services

Webinar — Tips for Crafting the Right Loyalty Program for Your Stores

Rewards programs are widespread among convenience stores for one simple but powerful reason: the substantial revenue benefits that come from the associated incremental visits and sales.

Technology/Services

2021 Predictions: The Fusion of Safety and Convenience

This year, society embraced e-commerce like never before.

Today’s successful loyalty programs rely on personalization. As technology has expanded marketers’ capabilities through data collection, consumers now expect messages and rewards that match their own specific wants and needs. 

The only thing that is certain about 2021 is that it’s bound to be as unpredictable as 2020.

Today’s successful loyalty programs rely on personalization.

These programs have come a long way since visit punch-cards—with modern technology, loyalty promotes consumer engagement, fosters relationships with the brand, drives incremental visits and spend and ultimately drives revenue. 

The future of convenience stores is bright—and it’s built on personalized guest experiences and a rich technology suite.

What if customers paid you to be a part of a brand? Consider all of the new ways brands could incentivize these customers—to make an extra visit, try a new product or build their basket—if these consumers already committed to spending money with a certain brand before they ever set foot inside the door.

Designing a loyalty program can feel like a daunting task with endless decisions to make.

Online ordering has long been a staple of the restaurant industry, but for many convenience stores, off-premise ordering and delivery remains a fairly novel concept.

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