Posts in Industry Insights
“Engagement” is the name of the game!

Here at flexReceipts, engagement is at the heart of what we do. We spend a lot of time brainstorming how we can help retailers offer their shoppers the most engaging receipts possible to create a win-win proposition for both sides.

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flexReceipts Recap of Retail Pro’s Global Conference

Last month Retail Pro International held its annual Global Conference in soulful New Orleans, Louisiana.  flexReceipts had the privilege of being a Platinum Sponsor at the show. 

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TechCrunch reports on future of e-receipts, flexReceipts responds

In September, TechCrunch published an article on the digital receipt trend in the retail industry. Written by a consultant who promotes the use of digital receipts in the banking industry, the article “The Big Picture on Digital Receipts” brought up several good points about the future of this retail solution. But, we feel he missed on a few fronts, too. 

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Retail Perspectives: 6 Articles You Might Have Missed

We know you’re busy, and it’s easy to miss great articles. Here are highlights of a few we’ve enjoyed recently. Take a look. They offer a wide range of perspectives on retail and digital receipts, and we think they’re worth your time.

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Short and Useful: Keys to Connecting With Millennials

Millennials can have an enormous impact on your success. They make up roughly 25% of the U.S. population. And as they get older, their buying power is expanding. Millennials now account for a massive $1.3 trillion in consumer spending each year, according to digital ad agency Moosylvania.

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Jimmy Kimmel... Down on Long Paper Receipts!

We live in a world where smart, eco-friendly business isn’t just applauded, but often considered the norm. When we hear about big-retailers covering their roofs with solar panels, or taxi companies swapping out their fleets with hybrid vehicles, it just makes sense. Which makes it all the more frustrating when continue on with practices that are not only wasteful, but almost completely unnecessary.

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