Paytronix has been on the road quite a bit in 2023, and it’s been great to reconnect with customers, partners, media and analysts again. Trade shows and events are bringing us together again to meet old friends and make new ones, and Paytronix is enjoying the renewed industry collaboration as the industry learns and shares to innovate together.
Paytronix executives are also taking part, speaking at a number of shows in the coming months.
Paytronix CRO Charles Gray is back from a trip to London last month for the NFS Technology Restaurant Leaders Brunch, where he spoke about how restaurateurs can take advantage of technology to connect with guests. Discussion explored emerging technologies and trends that are influencing the future of digital loyalty programs, the role data plays in shaping and optimizing digital loyalty programs, and how the industry is adapting to these changes with more personalized experiences.
If you missed it, catch Charles Gray discussing The Tremendous Impact of AI on Guest Engagement.
This week, Paytronix heads to Outlook Leadership 2023 in Rancho Palos Verdes, CA. Paytronix This invitation-only event is a networking hub for convenience executives and industry leaders to build long lasting partnerships, hear from top level speakers, and gain c-store insights they won’t get anywhere else. Director of Strategy & Analytics Jeff Hoover will take the stage with Paytronix customer Chris Hartman, Vice President of Fuels, Advertising and Development for Rutter’s to discuss why Rutter’s loyalty program has been voted one of the best in the nation–and how that program is combined with online ordering to make it even stronger. Jeff and Chris will present, Building One of the Best Digital Guest Engagement Programs.
Later in August, Paytronix will be in Amelia Island, Florida for Prosper 23: A Better Table, the executive conference of the Prosper Forum – a community of foodservice & hospitality professionals working toward the goal of elevating the future of the industry. Paytronix CMO Pamela Robertson will host a panel focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion when it comes to loyalty, and how brands can be authentic in their broader efforts.
Charles Gray returns to the stage again in Atlanta when Paytronix heads to NACS 2023 for the National Association of Convenience Stores (October 3-6). Charles will be joined by Eric Rush, Director of Marketing for Tri Star Energy and Twice Daily convenience stores, to share loyalty strategies for the future. Charles and Eric will present on how loyalty is not just a card–but the outcome of the digital and physical touchpoints that retailers deliver to drive shopper engagement. See their presentation October 3, or stop by Paytronix booth #B3719 afterwards, Enhancing Your Loyalty Program to Increase Engagement.
The end of year schedule is coming together as well. Paytronix will showcase the latest innovations and strategies in guest engagement at FSTech in Dallas (September 13-15), and at the NACS Show in Atlanta (Oct. 3-6), before heading back to London again to deliver the Keynote Panel at the Hospitality Tech Expo (Oct. 10-11). November has Paytronix in Las Vegas for the Restaurant & Finance Development Conference (November 13-15).
Stop us to say hello if you see Paytronix on stage, in the booth, or supporting a partner. It’s great to be on the road again!