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PXUX Highlights 13 Ways to Change the Game

The future of restaurant marketing is happening right now. At this year’s Paytronix users’ conference, PXUX 2018, presentations from both Paytronix and its customers told stories of innovation and exceptional guest experiences. A path toward true machine-based one-to-one marketing has officially been plotted. Here are 13 ways to change the game – all from PXUX 2018.

Several exciting learnings were presented on the first day, when Andrew Robbins discussed the big picture in his annual PaytroNEXT session. The way guests want to be engaged is changing and we have three active initiatives that marketers need.

  1. One-to-One – True one-to-one marketing is difficult but provides huge value for the brand. Machine learning enables our proprietary algorithms to find the right offer for an individual and deliver it at the proper time to motivate the next visit. A visit challenge could feature a universal offer: “Visit 5 times in the next 4 weeks and get a free coffee.” Or every portion of it could be tailored to each guest: “Visit X times in the next Y and get a Z.” There are thousands of permutations of this, and an effective one-to-one solution can have five times the impact.
  2. K100SM – We’ll be getting data from many sources to round out customer profiles, whether they are program members or not. When we know 100% of our guests, we can deliver a 20% impact. This solution will be respectful to the consumer so that it is accepted as the new norm.
  3. Self-Driving CRMSM– The new world of one-to-one CRM is complicated, with computers and automation being used to determine what is right for each guest. Just as self-driving cars will safely and quickly get us from point A to point B, the same is true for self-driving CRM. The combination of machine learning and marketing automation will produce greater visit frequency and more spend. Paytronix not only focuses on what brands need today, but also develops the technology for what they will need in the future.  

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Considering PXUX 2018? Here Are 12 Things You NEED To Know

 

 

Making the decision to go to any conference is tough: Time away from your desk is always nice, but you need to make sure that the time away from work is going to be worth it!

Luckily, PXUX isn’t just any conference: It’s packed with opportunities to maximize your customer data and boost sales.

To be sure you’ve got the full idea of everything you’ll get out of PXUX 2018, we’ve compiled the definitive list of how attending this year will set you up for major wins: […]

Restaurant Industry Veteran Leslie Wilson-Lopez Joins Paytronix Data Insights

Leslie Wilson-Lopez recently joined the Paytronix Data Insights team from Togo’s Eateries, Inc., a fast-casual chain of restaurants with more than 230 sandwich shops across the U.S. As director of brand management at Togo’s, Leslie was responsible for cross-channel marketing initiatives, including digital loyalty and gift programs, online ordering, guest and social response, quarterly promotions, and new product introductions.

Paytronix: Why did you decide to join the team?

Wilson-Lopez: The Togo’s Rewards program was one of my favorite initiatives. I led the review process that selected Paytronix as Togo’s loyalty partner, worked closely with Paytronix as we rolled out the program, and continued to collaborate with Paytronix on day-to-day program management. Paytronix helped Togo’s understand its guests and what motivates […]

Speak With Authority. Use Your Data.

It’s never wise to blindly follow someone just because they speak with authority. You expect them to be able to support their position with more than anecdotal evidence. Paytronix works overtime, gathering and segmenting customer data to inform your decisions, so you can present your campaign and promotion ideas with authority.

When you create account filters in the Paytronix Campaign Center, you can segment your customers and guests in more than 50 different dimensions. There are Activity choices that include the guest’s last activity date, their gift card expiration, the store used and much more. You can select based on Enrollment data, like date, store, or source, or filter based on Profile information like age, postal code, or anniversary date. Based on the traditional 80/20 rule, however, we suspect most of our end users are only taking advantage of a subset of what we make available. With so many options, it’s not surprising. Today there’s one dimension that we’d like you to take a closer look at—Scoring.   […]