Transform Customer Experience with Android-Powered Payment Solutions

We live in an experience economy and every business is trying hard to emotionally engage with their customers to make their shopping journey a positive one. Today, the market is filled with similar products and services and this pushes customers to pay close attention to the overall experience. How they grade these experiences can determine if they will spend money with that business again.  

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Innovate Restaurant Experience for Customers with Payment Technology in 2020

Over the last few years, enhancing the customer experience has gained a lot of traction among restaurant business owners. In fact, Deloitte’s 2019 report on restaurants discusses how good quality food is basic table stakes, while the customer experience is what takes a restaurant to the next level.

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Exceed Travelers’ Expectations in 2020 with Innovative Payment Technology

As we approach 2020, the past decade has shown a burst in travel demand, as well as the technology that has shaped how we travel. The U.S. travel industry has been on the rise since the last economic recession and is continuing to flourish. From 2009 to 2017, U.S. hotel gross bookings grew from $116 billion to $185 billion and airline revenue jumped from $155 billion to $222 billion, according to Deloitte’s 2019 travel and hospitality industry outlook report.

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Build Customer Loyalty with Mobile Wallets

Building loyalty isn’t just about gaining new customers but providing an experience for the existing ones to keep coming back for more. Mobile payment applications have created a tech-savvy way of engaging customers while providing a range of benefits for both them and the retailer.

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Can IoT Help Retailers Keep Customers in the Store?

The Internet of Things (IoT) may sound daunting to someone unfamiliar with the tech industry, but it doesn’t have to be that complicated. Plainly put, IoT is the network of connected ‘things’ which are embedded with sensors, software and network connectivity. This connectivity allows these devices to continuously collect and exchange data. Did you know that your Smartphone is actually an IoT device? With the steady rise of online retail giants, there is an overwhelming misperception that brick-and-mortar shopping is a thing of the past. Although online shopping has its clear advantages, physical stores are utilizing ways to advance their technology and keep their customers returning in-person. One of these approaches? IoT.

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