Oriel Technology Ltd. has released Reward Stamp Version 4.0 of their flagship Customer Loyalty Application for application for small retailers .

Milton Keynes, Oct 14, 2019.

Oriel Technology Ltd. has announced a major release of their customer loyalty application “Reward Stamp App” version 4 for small retailers. It is available to download from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. According to Reward Stamp App product manager, version 4.0 will change the way in which customer loyalty is used by small retailers. He also said that we have made this version specially for small high street retail shops like Cafes, Coffee Shops, HairDresser, Beauty Salons etc., so it will fulfil all their requirements to run effective customer loyalty program.

Reward Stamp App version 4.0 has a is completely recreate for better interface, better features and better performance. It not only supports stamp-based loyalty system, but also a point-based customer loyalty system. It provides direct communication channels with customers using mobile notification, SMS and Emails in addition of publishing offers to customers.

Nitin Patel (CEO & Founder) said, “Version 4.0 will be a game changer in Customer Loyalty software for small retailers. It will give small retailers a most deserving opportunity to compete with big businesses at an affordable cost. This will revolutionise customer loyalty as used by small retailers.”

Oriel Technology Ltd. is Milton Keynes, UK based company which providers, customer loyalty application for small and medium retailer. Company has first released Reward Cards App in Nov 2017 to replace plastic barcode and QR code based cards with a smartphone. After success of Reward Cards App, they have released Reward Stamp App in May 2018 to facilitate small retailers to run their loyalty program using mobile app. With more than 1000 registered retailers of Reward Stamp App, the company started getting good response from the market. With release of Reward Stamp version 4.0 company is expecting more retailers in the UK will start using their application.

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