Nisa Retail is encouraging its members to sign up to Zapper, the mobile contactless payment app, following successful trials.
Contactless spending has rocketed in the last 12 months, with year-on-year spending up 166%, according to new data.
Payment and loyalty app Zapper is off to a flying start in its trial at eight Nisa stores in the Peterborough area, the company reports
Reliance on social media and smart phone apps to foster brand loyalty could be a mistaken strategy if the latest research among young people holds water.
The company behind a vending machine that dispenses free product samples to customers who promote the brand on social media plans to target the convenience sector in the new year.
McColl’s Retail Group has completed the roll out of contactless payment across its entire 1,366-store estate.
Palmer & Harvey’s (P&H) Plus Extra customers and Booker Premier convenience stores are linking with Zapper to provide store owners with marketing insight and the public with digital vouchers.
Shoppers in Glasgow have been treated to thousands of giveaways and competitions as the bigDL app gears up for its full launch.
Waitrose has become the UK’s first major supermarket to operate a completely cashless store, after opening a new store in Sky’s flagship head office building in Osterley, Hounslow.
Small top up grocery deliveries by drone have moved one step closer following a new deal between Amazon and the UK government.
Retailers have been quick to capitalise on The Pokemon Go craze that is sweeping the nation.
The shop on the campus of Lancaster University is claiming a customer service success after becoming the first UK Spar store to install cashless self-checkouts
Nisa has revealed that its new delivery App has resulted in a 20% reduction in distribution-related calls to its help desk just seven weeks after launch.
The Co-operative says it expects cash and traditional chip and pin card payments to ‘die out’, as mobile and contactless card payment grow in popularity.
Nearly one in three consumers (31%) never pay by contactless because they don’t trust the technology, according to new research.