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ID card solutions for every industry

By |July 3rd, 2018|

Businesses in every industry from retail to hospitality can use an ID card printer for a wide range of uses including employee and visitor IDs, customer membership and rewards cards, security passes, and more.

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Are you ready for the switch to chip credit cards?

By |March 26th, 2015|

Banks and retailers across the country are scrambling prepare for the switch to chip-enabled credit cards later this year, but do you know what the changes mean? Chip cards use a different technology than the […]

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Using key tags for customer loyalty programs

By |December 19th, 2011|

Key tags are a great variation on the traditional ID card, and can be tremendously beneficial to customer loyalty programs. Instead of reaching into their wallets to find a membership or loyalty card, or remembering to bring a card with them in the first place, key tags are handily stored on your already existing key chain for ready access.
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Benefits of starting a gift card program

By |December 7th, 2011|

Starting a gift card program can have major benefits for your business. With the holiday season in full swing, gift cards can be a great way to reward customers and clients and encourage loyalty in the coming year.
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How to create a customer loyalty program with your ID card printer

By |October 7th, 2011|

Starting a customer loyalty program can go a long way to building lasting relationships with your customers. It seems like you can’t shop anywhere today without being offered the many perks that come along with signing up for a loyalty card. Whether it’s a frequent scoop card at your local frozen yogurt shop, a card that entitles you to discounts at your favorite clothing store, or a card that gives you access to special sales and promotions at a grocery store, customer loyalty programs offer a way for businesses of all genres to show their appreciation for their customers.
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UK retail chain trials contactless payment

By |April 5th, 2011|

Wilkinsons, a discount retail chain serving the United Kingdom, is test driving contactless payment cards in 25 of its more than 330 stores. During the trail, customers can make purchases for £15 without entering a pin number or signature.
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Gift cards with built-in speakers? What will they think of next?

By |November 12th, 2008|

Have you ever had the sudden urge to dance gleefully upon receiving a gift card? I’m sure you have, but until now, there’s never been a way to soundtrack that impromptu jig. Well, thanks to the fine folks at Best Buy, and surely other retailers to follow, we can now give and receive gift cards that not only contain shopping money, but also fully-functioning speakers. Again, that’s a gift card with an actual speaker built into it. Amazing!

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Retail smart card services to be offered at Target stores

By |August 20th, 2008|

Target retail stores will soon be offering customers smart card versions of their Visa credit cards. This is a variation on the customer loyalty card that’s becoming increasingly common for retailers. The smart cards will provide users with special discounts on purchases. Each card will contain an embedded smart chip that, when swiped through a card reader, will automatically download coupon information from the internet, providing customers with instant savings. Target will also be able to use the smart cards to track customer buying habits.

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