Building Customer Loyalty in 5 Simple Steps: Presentation Recap

Thanx teamed up with Main Street Hub to bring merchants more information on ways they can build customer loyalty — combining our expertise in loyalty, data, and social media, we covered a ton of ground in the 45-minute webinar. Here’s a recap for those of you who missed it.

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Apple Pay + Thanx: Seamless Customer Experience

Thanx has always worked with Apple Pay automatically— no additional integrations required. Here’s why we believe that customers should be given options for how to pay when it comes to loyalty programs — and why successful loyalty programs MUST work flawlessly with Apple Pay.

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Thanx Poised for Growth With New Office in Denver and Hiring of New Sales VP

Thanx, which empowers merchants to grow their business through deeper customer loyalty, today announced the opening of a new office in downtown Denver to accommodate a rapidly growing sales team and leverage the area’s growing high-technology talent pool.

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The Punch Card Problem: How your loyalty program is hurting your VIP customers

Your loyalty program should do more than track and accrue your customer’s loyalty points… modern, data-driven loyalty programs are the future of business intelligence for brick-and-mortar businesses. Here’s why punch cards fall short when it comes to identifying and rewarding your best customers.

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Choosing a Loyalty Program: Why Loyalty Matters for Convenience Store Brands

As convenience stores become more data-driven, the challenge of understanding and influencing customer behavior has been the toughest to crack: from the pump, to the carwash, to the convenience store, it becomes imperative to weave a common thread between many discrete transactions that happen within the same property. For this reason, most loyalty programs fail when it comes to driving real value for c-stores.

Thanx closes the data loop for convenience stores, seamlessly linking cross-property transactions and making it easy for c-store operators to track and influence customer behavior. Read on for a few key takeaways from one of our convenience store merchants on why they selected Thanx as their loyalty provider.

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Choosing a Loyalty Program: How Home Run Inn found a perfect fit

With so many different types of loyalty programs out there, how do you choose the right loyalty platform for your brand? Learn about how Home Run Inn made the decision to implement an automated, data-driven loyalty program through Thanx.

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Interview with Thanx at NRA

With NRA 2017 ending today, we wanted to provide a glimpse into some of the conversations that our staff is having in the booth with restaurateurs. The beauty of Thanx is that it works for all types of restaurants, from QSR to Fine Dining. Unlike other loyalty programs, it doesn’t require additional hardware or require staff involvement. Customers simply pay as usual and the magic happens in the background.

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Push Notifications vs. Email: What’s better for reaching customers?

Merchants leverage technology to communicate with their customers in myriad ways — email, text, and social media are typical approaches for a digital-savvy marketer. However, as consumers become desensitized to brand outreach, there’s one method that continues to cut through the noise and drive transactions and engagement: push notifications. Sending relevant push notifications is a great way to drive engagement and delight with your customers. Read on to learn exactly how to use this highly lucrative communication channel.

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Guide to Restaurant Loyalty Technology — How to choose a loyalty program

Loyalty programs can operate as the central nervous system for your brand — collecting data, automating marketing, and gauging customer satisfaction. With so many different types of loyalty programs out there, how do you decide which platform is right for your brand? Consider these four points as you narrow down your restaurant’s loyalty technology search. …

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Dining in is dying because delivery is killing it

Food delivery represents a $210b market, and restaurants are scrambling to be a part of it — often to their own detriment. Facing eroding margins, food quality issues, and high fees, restaurants are fighting the shortcomings of delivery to stay profitable. To compete with delivery, restaurant brands must effectively incentivize customers to stay loyalty to the restaurant themselves — not the ordering platform. Here’s why restaurants are turning to modern loyalty programs to help them achieve that goal while driving incremental revenue.

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