Posted October 17th, 2018 No Comments
Keeping Profitable Customers for a Lifetime

Your customer satisfaction scores may be high, but a satisfied customer is not necessarily a loyal one. With fierce competitors holding nothing back, you need more than innovative products and great rates. FIS™ has a variety of turnkey and customized loyalty programs to help you attract, reward, and retain profitable customers. Work with a Loyalty team that are Certified Loyalty Marketing Professionals (CLMP). Our team is recognized as proficient professionals that can create winning strategies and successful tactics for customer loyalty.

-Better understand customer behavior and emerging trends by tapping into our powerful analytics.

-Strengthen your marketing with more precise targeting and messaging.

-Save time by outsourcing database scoring, direct marketing design and production, response tracking and account setup to FIS.

-Keep your card top of wallet with compelling rewards that encourage even inactive cardholders to reach for your card.

-Deliver offers from merchants your customers already frequent and credit their rewards directly into their bank account with FIS™ Pinpoint Offers.

Offers that resonate with your cardholders, because with FIS™ Pinpoint Offers, the offers are from merchants they already frequent. Once they activate an offer and pay by credit or debit card, their reward is credited to their DDA account – no clipping coupons, no promotional codes. Meanwhile, your institution realizes these advantages:

-Increased customer loyalty
-Real-time customer engagement
-Greater online and mobile banking adoption
-Growth in transactions and interchange activity
-Increased rewards program value

To find out more regarding how FIS can also help you market your credit & debit cards, contact Dan Collins.

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