Odyssey Loyalty Card System


•  Convert and monitor purchase amounts.        •  Run marketing campaigns.

•  Track actual purchases.                                       •  Track number of customer visits.

•  Offer extra to your customers.                           •  Mobile Phone apps.

• Discounts on  the next purchase.                       •  Integrate online shopping.

• Reward them for every rand spend.                  • Communicate via SMS or Emails.



Loyalty cards were initially designed to offer rewards to regular customers and therefore to encourage them to keep shopping in the same store.

As technology has developed the cards have become a rich source of data for the companies that offer them. Stores reap financial and strategic benefits from using the cards to find out what customers are buying and how often.

Loyalty card apps for smartphones!

Loyalty card apps for smartphones are a great way to drive business and track customer metrics. However, to get the most out of a loyalty card app, your business has to choose the right platform. Here are a few key factors to keep in mind when deciding on a loyalty card app that’s right for your business and how to get the most out of the program when implementing it.

Make it Meaningful

Most customers need more than the occasional freebie to feel involved in your rewards program. In order to be an effective tool for your business, a reward card app has to offer tangible value to customers.

Make it intelligent

How does one make a rewards card intelligent? By using metrics gathered by the digital cards to better serve the customer. Data-driven rewards programs are more effective at providing customers with what they really want than generic one-size-fits all programs. These programs also allow businesses to determine and measure the effectiveness of their rewards program.


Make it Easy

This is a no brainer. If a loylaty card app isn’t easy to use, then your customers simply won;t use it. If it is difficult  for employees to integrate into their workday, they won’t be able to efficiently get customers on board.