Mobile Wallets allow to start on-going conversations with your customers by managing the wallet pass. With the ability to do real-time pass updates, you can refresh the content of the pass frequently according to your brand strategy, so your customers always have an up-to-date pass and keep it on their mobile device indefinitely.
Paez, an international Argentinian shoes brand, provides exclusive value to their customers through Paez mobile wallet pass.
Paez wallet pass is regularly updated to communicate new campaigns and deals, while giving Paez a powerful on-going mobile engagement channel and the ability to amplify an offer when it real counts. In this way, Paez is giving to their customers the opportunity to get the most value of their shopping experience.
Mobile wallets are proving to be a great tool to improve customer experience and delivering sales growth. Paez is already on-board with happy customer and great results!
At Passworks our customers are always our focus, and as a result, we’ve just released the new version of our platform. Many of you have already experienced the new platform and be sure we appreciated all the feedback received.
Aside of many small improvements, the new platform brings:
A cleaner and more intuitive interface to design the passes and roll out the campaigns;
New features adding even more value to what our customers are already doing, including CSV file integration, EAN128/GS1 – 1D barcode integration, among other features, and preparation for upcoming releases;
New pricing model with monthly and yearly subscriptions in order to give you control over your campaign’s budget and, of course, with everything included (unlimited push notifications, pass updates, etc);
Passworks Wallet gives to consumers the benefits and the same experience of Apple Wallet, allowing to store digital passes such as mobile coupons, event tickets, loyalty or store cards and boarding passes on Android devices with ease. And it also works offline.
Mobile wallets, such as Apple Wallet, brings great opportunities for brands to engage and communicate with their customers. On top, Apple Wallet (previous named as Passbook) is a native App which means that all consumers with iPhone have it and can automatically receive direct digital content from brands into their mobile phones. For Android users, the experience is not quite the same since Android Pay is not a native App, meaning that consumer with Android smartphones need to install a Mobile Wallet App to have access to the digital content.