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Paytronix Blows by Two Billion Transactions on the Way to Three Billion

Today, Paytronix Systems, Inc. announced that it has recorded its two-billionth transaction. With 250 restaurant programs compelling guests to create millions of transactions every month, Paytronix will record its three-billionth transaction in 2014. This volume and pace of transactions puts Paytronix in an unrivaled leadership position within the restaurant gift and loyalty space.

“Here’s to the next two billion,” said the company’s head of technology, Stefan Kochi. “Our systems are performing exceptionally well and are architected to continually process transactions at times that are imperceptible to our clients’ most loyal customers. Over the years, we’ve made significant investments in an infrastructure that is designed to deliver the accuracy expected from any system involved in financial accounting. Today, our clients depend on our reliability, speed, and volume to deliver exceptional service.”

With two billion transactions and the onboarding of the industry’s best big-data tools, Paytronix has positioned itself as the go-to source of benchmarks for restaurant loyalty and gift programs. When restaurants want to know how their programs are performing, they turn to Paytronix for unmatched industry insights.

For example, using its two-billion-transaction sample size, Paytronix can confidently state that a single best guest at a particular restaurant provides the same revenue as between 10 and 12 of its average guests. Being able to identify those best guests is just one reason an investment in a loyalty strategy is worthwhile.

“Congratulations to all of our clients who offer the restaurant industry’s most engaging and exciting loyalty programs,” said Andrew Robbins, president of Paytronix. “We’re proud to be a part of making your concepts the brand of choice for consumers.” 

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