flexReceipts Names David Burton to VP, Business Development

Orlando—May 19, 2014 — flexReceipts, the leading enhanced digital receipts solution, today announced the appointment of David Burton to Vice President of Business Development. Burton will be responsible for the overall strategic direction of the sales process while helping to identify and evaluate new growth opportunities. Burton has been called an “evangelist for CRM” by his peers, helping retailers such as Footlocker, Gymboree, Quiksilver, Burberry and many others build and implement their CRM and loyalty programs.  Most notably, Burton helped Dick’s Sporting Goods manage and grow its loyalty program to 8 million members under his watch. Burton is also the former Chairman (and a founding member) of the NRF CRMx (National Retail Federation CRM Idea Exchange).

“Digital receipts are the next step in CRM, offering retailers a way to communicate with their customers post-transaction with customized offers, social media links and more,” said Tomas Diaz, CEO of flexReceipts. “David’s unmatched enthusiasm for CRM and knowledge of retail direct marketing will help us better position our offering and help retailers Go Beyond the Sale.”

“I am thrilled to have the opportunity to improve and build the sales cycle during this important time for our business,” said Burton.  “I look forward to working with Tomas Diaz and the rest of his team to help build the next chapter in flexReceipts’ exciting future.”

Burton graduated from Brigham Young University with a business degree in international marketing and retailing.

About flexReceipts flexReceipts, the leading enhanced digital receipts solution, offers retailers a post-sale opportunity to communicate with their customers. flexReceipt’s enriched receipts build customer loyalty and drive sales, while allowing retailers to monitor spending habits and shopping trends. The company’s patent-pending software allows retailers to add social media links, videos and customized offers to digital receipts. Go Beyond the Sale. Learn more at www.flexEngage.com.