Loylogic

Loylogic - #loyaltyredemption

The busy life of an ambitious loyalty member: is there any point to it?

London, UK
27 March, 2018

Ivo Knottnerus
Sales & Business Development Director

Why do people seem so busy? I mean always and all of the time? Part of this is a perception problem. On average, people in the wealthier countries have more leisure time than they used to have 20 years ago. This is particularly true in the United States, but even in Europe leisure time has been going up steadily since 1965, when formal national time-use surveys began. Europeans work nearly 12 hours less per week, on average, than they did 40 years ago - a fall that includes all work-related activities, such as commuting and coffee breaks.

The Journey to (Earlier) Redemption

Zurich, Switzerland
15 August, 2017

Judith Raymakers
VP Strategic Partnerships

Member engagement is an essential business priority for loyalty programs and member redemption serves as a conduit to drive engagement. Because redemption offers the opportunity to better connect with your members, encouraging earlier redemption in the member lifecycle can be extremely beneficial and lucrative to your loyalty program.

The Rise Of PayPal And What The Loyalty Industry Can Learn

London, UK
22 March, 2018

Akif Khan
Head of PointsPay

Think online shopping and payments, and you most probably think of the stereotypical image of credit card details being entered onto a checkout page. However, in a surprisingly large number of markets, this isn’t the case. Whilst credit and debit cards are prolific in many regions, there are just as many others where they are not. Within the world of ecommerce, paying online without directly using your payment card is known as using an alternative payment method, or APM. The growth in the use of APMs is an important trend that the loyalty industry should be following. There are over 300 APMs in use globally. These range from bank transfer-based systems such as iDEAL in the Netherlands or Sofort in Germany, to direct mobile carrier billing systems such as Boku, to e-invoicing services like Klarna.