RewardsNOW is launching its loyalty programs for three new clients during the first quarter of this year. In partnership with CO-OP Financial Services, RewardsNOW worked with Michigan Community Credit Union, based in Jackson, Michigan, to convert their existing credit and debit card loyalty program to the RewardsNOW platform. In addition to earning points (by using their credit or debit card) from the credit union everywhere they shop, Michigan Community CU’s members earn bonus points from merchants when they shop locally using their Michigan Community CU debit or credit card at retailers included in Shop Main Street, RewardsNOW’s local discount shopping program; or online through ShoppingFLING, RewardsNOW’s online shopping mall. Sterling United Federal Credit Union, based in Evansville, Indiana also launched their Premier Points loyalty program to encourage greater debit card use and reward their most loyal members. The Premier Points program offers Sterling’s members seamless access to use their earned points for a full range of redemption choices. Meanwhile, Tri-State Dental Supply, Inc. based in Monroe, New Jersey, launched their new program, Tri-State Dental Dollars. The Tri-State Dental Dollars program is a loyalty program designed to drive higher levels of purchasing and to reward its best customers utilizing Tri-State’s services. Customers of Tri-State Dental Supply earn 1 point for every dollar they spend on purchases made with Tri-State Dental.
RewardsNOW loyalty programs for financial institutions announced Data Center (DCI) has partnered to provide loyalty and merchant funded rewards program services to its financial institution clients. DCI provides core processing software and related technologies for hundreds of community banks nationwide. RewardsNOW will provide DCI’s community bank clients with a fully comprehensive, enterprise-wide loyalty program consisting of a customized program website and access to RewardsNOW’s merchant funded rewards platform, including its local merchant funded shopping program, Shop Main Street; a merchant discount coupon program; and an integrated mobile application.
Andrew Gates, Director of Strategic Partnerships, and Heidi Young, Sales Director for RewardsNOW, Inc., will be speaking at THINK 14, CO-OP Financial Services’ annual credit union conference being held in New Orleans. The annual THINK conference is designed to assist credit unions in adapting to an ever changing consumer and competitive environment and covers topics such as innovations in member service, technology and branding and each year provides attendees with a variety of speakers and sessions that offer fresh perspectives and concrete solutions for them to bring back to their credit union.
RewardsNOW loyalty programs launched loyalty programs for three new clients during the first quarter of this year, a variety of new loyalty programs now being implemented, whether it is a brand new program for a financial institution, an upgrade and conversion of an existing program, or a tailored retailer and wholesaler program. In partnership with CO-OP Financial Services, RewardsNOW worked with Michigan Community Credit Union. Additional partnerships were made with Sterling United Federal Credit Union and Tri-State Dental Supply.
RewardsNOW loyalty programs for financial institutions partnered It’s My Michigan, a merchant discount program that offers Michigan residents discounts at thousands of Michigan-based merchants. The partnership with It’s My Michigan will enable RewardsNOW to expand the reach of its Shop Main Street local merchant funded shopping program beyond the metropolitan Detroit area into greater Michigan and is just one of many initiatives planned for the expansion of the Shop Main Street program. RewardsNOW’s innovative local merchant funded rewards program offers participating Shop Main Street merchants access to an easy-to-use online marketing tool where they can create customized, relevant offers designed to meet their own unique business needs and objectives, to attract new customers, and to reward loyal ones. And, unlike daily deals and coupons, Shop Main Street merchants have access to extensive data on customers’ transactions enabling them to analyze and evaluate the effectiveness of their offers.
SIA-SSB has won the tender called by the Bank of Italy for the
management of the Interbank Computerised Archive of bad
cheques and payment cards (CAI – Centrale di Allarme Interbancaria).
The total value of the five-year contract with a possible further
three-year extension, is EUR23,174,800. Bank of Italy’s interbank computerised archive of bad cheques and
payment cards (CAI) contains data on irregular bank and postal
cheques and payment cards. SIA-SSB will manage the entire IT system at CAI
headquarters, controlled by the Bank of Italy, as well as the
interconnections with the remote sites (local archives) located at the
notifying bodies’ premises (banks, Poste Italiane, supervised financial
intermediaries issuing payment cards, prefectures through the Interior
Ministry, Judicial Authorities through the Ministry of Justice).
Also planned are additional new functions, among which the link to
already available network infrastructures participating in SITRAD, the
system for electronic data transmission, and the strengthening of
“disaster recovery” procedures. The Italian Interbank Network will guarantee the interconnection between
CAI headquarters and the remote sites at the notifying
bodies (banks, Poste Italiane, supervised financial intermediaries
issuing payment cards, Prefectures, Judicial Authorities)