- Internet Makes Loyalty Programs Easier. // Ward's Dealer Business;Dec2010, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p30
The article reports on the importance of Internet in making the participation of dealers in customer-loyalty programs easier.
- Nando's marketing to be data-driven. Joseph, Seb // Marketing Week;8/29/2013, p4
The article reports on the replacement by food restaurant chain Nando's in August 2013 of its paper-based loyalty reward card with a plastic card that can be swiped in-store by diners.
- Carta d'Identitï¿½ Electtronica. McNichols, Shawn // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Sep2001, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p57
Focuses on a citizen's identification card program in Italy. Features of the optical memory card; Secure data capacity provided by optical memory card; Contents of the card; Process of issuing the card.
- Forum issues Miniature Card specification. R.N. // Electronic Design;6/10/96, Vol. 44 Issue 12, p27
Reports on the Miniature Card Implementers Forum's (MCIF) release of the Miniature Card specification, which describes a card that can store and exchange image text and voice data. Components of the specification; Form factor.
- Reaching Beyond Federal Government Requirements: HSPD-12 and FIPS 201. Dalton-Noblitt, April // Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Mar2013, Vol. 50 Issue 3, p46
The article reports on the regulation that govern the use of smart card in government and large enterprises in the U.S.
- Mondex planning tool kit for loyalty programs. Kutler, Jeffrey // American Banker;6/17/1998, Vol. 163 Issue 114, p13
Focuses on London, England-based Mondex International's entry into the loyalty business, with a `tool kit,' that banks and partners will be able to use to construct customer-retention incentives into the computer chips of smart cards. Outline of Mondex's plan; Information on Mondex's United...
- Smart cards slow to garner widespread use. Blank, Christine // Advertising Age;12/7/1998, Vol. 69 Issue 49, p44
This article reports the slow consumer acceptance of smart cards in the U.S. as of December 1998. Currently, smart cards are used for payment and loyalty programs in Europe, but have only been tested in the U.S. on a limited basis. Smart cards look like credit cards, although they contain a chip...
- What's the Frequency? Clark, Ken // Chain Store Age;May2001, Vol. 77 Issue 5, p260
Discusses the preference of customers on payment systems. Details on the customer-loyalty program of Ralphs Supermarkets in Los Angeles, California; Application of smart card among shoppers of Furrs Supermarkets in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
- Banks to embed scheme in cards. // Marketing (00253650);7/11/2007, p2
The article reports that Selektpoints, a loyalty programme that will operate via the chip embedded in bank cards, is to be launched in Great Britain before Christmas. The scheme, which made its debut in the Middle East earlier this year, is in partnership discussions with several British banks,...