Benefits of Plastic Loyalty Cards -
- Know Your Customers.
- Points Flexibility.
- Real Time Redemption.
- Dynamic Customized Offers.
- Campaign Management Module.
- Mobile Couponing.
- Paperless Enrolment.
- Card-less Transaction.
- SMS Gateway.
- Live MIS Reporting.
- How it works
- Customer comes to your store he wants to make savings on his purchases.
- He buys the value card considering the flexibility and savings it offers.
- Customer decides the value of the card within the thresholds set by you.
- The value card is charged with the appropriate amount using the Terminal.
- Customer gets option to buy products of greater value than the amount paid by him.
- Value card holder activates the card by sending an SMS and customer database is collected.
- Value Card holder shops at your store and presents the card.
- The Terminal validates the card and amount balance.
- The cashier deducts the appropriate balance from the card and completes the transaction.
- A receipt is printed on the terminal and signed by the customer as a proof of purchase.
- Value card holder can come again to use the value card if there is balance left or if the card has not exceeded the validity period.
- Advantages of using our pre-printed cards are as follows:
- Saving in costs as printer purchase isn't required.
- Faster throughput.
- More consistent output
- Longer head life means saving on operations.
- Logo colours can be matched more accurately.
- Fixed data completely permanent and cannot be erased and does not fade
- Possibility to have bleed designs and metallic colours like silver/gold.
- Less wastage of blank cards as well as ribbons.
- We offer printers cards suitable for Datacard, Evolis, Zebra and Fargo Printers
ACOS3 is specifically designed for highly secure payment applications. With this high degree of security feature, ACOS3 is particularly suitable for applications such as network access control, electronic purse and multitude of other applications in which security is extremely critical.
In addition to the features and functions found in contact smart cards, contactless smart cards contain an embedded antenna instead of contact pads attached to the chip for reading and writing information contained in the chip's memory. Contactless cards do not have to be inserted into a card acceptor device. Instead, they need only be passed within range of a radio frequency acceptor to read and store information in the chip. The range of operation is typically from about 2.5" to 3.9" (63.5mm to 99.06mm) depending on the acceptor.
Contactless smart cards are used in many of the same applications as contact smart cards, especially where the added convenience and speed of not having to insert the card into a reader is desirable. There is a growing acceptance of this type of card for both physical and logical access control applications. Student identification, electronic passport, vending, parking and tolls are common applications for contactless cards.