Made-to-order sandwich chain Subway Restaurants is playing catch-up to other quick service marketers via a collaboration with PayPal to garnish its mobile offerings with a new application for placing and paying for orders that could culminate in a revenue uptick.
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The Cheesecake Factory is piloting a new application that enables diners to split and pay the bill via their smartphones, as well as receive a complimentary slice of cheesecake upon sign-up, pointing to restaurants’ growing interest in mobile payments.
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While voice communication will remain the call center’s pillar, here are a number of key next-generational services that can complement and enhance the live operator experience.
A new mobile application from The Home Depot helps paint shoppers find the right shade and is the focal point of an effort to create a best-in-class omnichannel experience the chain says is an improvement on similar offerings from other marketers.
Visa’s determination to double up on its mobile payment strategy is evident in the company’s decision to invest in Stripe, a start-up that accepts debit and credit cards for merchants who have previously not accepted them.
The New York Mets are tapping mobile to offer promotional credit for seat upgrades to Citi card holders as well as fans who use the MLB.com application to check-in at the stadium.
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