CaptureCode in Entrepreneur.com
Create Card-Free Rewards Programs with Apps
CaptureCode: Merchant functions of this sales-tracking app integrate with social media and many point-of-sale systems to help you get more customers and track their buying habits. Using that information, promotions can then be tailored to individuals specifically. Available for iPhone and Android.
CaptureCode in InStore Magazine
“At the end of the day, it comes down to, do you know your customer, and how do you measure what is reaching them?” Padam says. “Large merchants spend millions of dollars trying to get to know who their customers are.” Padam says his technology levels the playing field by giving smaller operations the same information without the multi- million dollar price tag.
Read more here.
CaptureCode in Nation’s Restaurant News
"The application’s analytics also let the restaurant track re- demption sources, Barbosa said.
Fire + Ice assigns a unique code to offer cards from each ho- tel in town, just as it links different codes to ads in different newspapers.”
Read more here: http://www.capturecode.com/nrn.pdf
CaptureCode selected for MIT Mobile Monday
CaptureCode is proud to be an exhibitor at the next Mobile Monday Boston showcase at MIT on May 9th. Register now for free and come check us out:
Waltham firm aids restaurateurs and customers with promotions
CaptureCode has some advice to serve to diners. The Waltham company is recommending that they leave their loyalty cards, coupons and cash at home and use their mobile phone instead when redeeming promotional offers at their favorite restaurant or pub. Thanks to CaptureCode’s technology, consumers now have the ability to scan a 2-D barcode loaded with promotion offers to take advantage of discounts at a growing number of restauarants in the New England area - including Big Papi’s Grille in Framingham.
Read more: http://www.metrowestdailynews.com/archive/x1225327637/Waltham-firm-aids-restaurateurs-and-customers-with-promotions#ixzz1JsQBeW00
CaptureCode has some advice to serve to diners. The Waltham company is recommending that they leave their loyalty cards, coupons and cash at home and use their mobile phone instead when redeeming promotional offers at their favorite restaurant or pub.
Thanks to CaptureCode’s technology, consumers now have the ability to scan a 2-D barcode loaded with promotion offers to take advantage of discounts at a growing number of restauarants in the New England area - including Big Papi’s Grille in Framingham.
CaptureCode in Newburyport Today
Newburyport’s Mission Oak Grill issues QR codes for its loyalty program. Members sign up, receive a QR code and bring a print out when they dine. When their bill is totaled, the server then scans their QR code to give them credit for the meal.
A more personal alternative to daily deal sites?
Company president Tony Padam says the service is an alternative to daily-deal sites like Groupon and LivingSocial, and that it has the ability to target consumers with offers attuned to their individual preferences.
CaptureCode in the news again!
See CaptureCode mentioned in Bloomberg Business Week: http://buswk.co/hYRd9H
Daily Deals Market to Explode This Year
Good article on TheStreet.com concerning the growth of daily deal sites - CaptureCode CEO Tony Padam quoted:
"If a consumer uses a daily deal to get a $150 dinner and pays a third of the price, they’ve won," said Tony Padam, CEO of mobile coupon technology company CaptureCode, based in Waltham, Mass. “But the restaurant loses out because they haven’t won over a customer who will likely come back.”
See http://bit.ly/fnQSTs for the full article…
CaptureCode in the Houston Chronicle
REV has implemented a digital payment system through www.capturecode.com, which allows passengers to pay for their rides with a CaptureCode2D barcode displayed on a mobile device.
5 Ways Mobile Will Transform Commerce
Good read on how mobile devices are playing a more integral role in the consumer purchasing experience:
Start getting deals today!
Come Check Us Out!
Come see all that CaptureCode has to offer by visiting us at the New England Food Show at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center from 3/20 through 3/22! Visit their website here.
Miss us on Fox News?
Did you miss our President & CEO Tony Padam on Fox News? No problem - watch Tony explain how Capture Code works here: http://bit.ly/h1Wr2q
CaptureCode write up in Retail Business Review
The web-based tool, which CaptureCode says is ideal for restaurants, assigns the restaurants’ customers its own 2-D bar codes that store promotions and eliminate the need to carry around coupons, multiple loyalty cards and paper or plastic gift certificates.