AUTOMATED COUPON DISTRIBUTION, REDEMPTION & REIMBURSEMENTInvisipon's patent-pending digital coupon distribution, redemption and reimbursement technology is a breakthrough digital coupon solution for supermarkets and pharmacies. Our application programming interface, ("API") plugs easily into your existing infrastructure and requires no coding or software know-how whatsoever. Invisipon is safe, secure and lightning fast. Best of all, your customer's will love the additional savings they receive just because they chose to shop at your store!
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Invisipon's Intelligent Targeting & Personalization Module with Basket-Buster™ Technology generates a healthy return on investment by engaging consumers with offers for high-margin products they're likely buying at other stores. This fully automated solution identifies these consumers and entices them to purchase these items at your store while still providing a profit to the retailer. Once the offer has been successfully redeemed “X” number of times by the individual consumer, the offer is automatically removed so that the consumer can be “tested” to see if consumer behavior modification has been achieved. However, if the Module detects that the consumer has reverted to purchasing the item(s) elsewhere again, the offer will be automatically reintroduced to the consumer and the entire process is repeated.
There are certain high-margin products that most every consumer must purchase such as shampoo, laundry detergent, toilet tissue, etc. However, according to a 2017 report from Acosta Sales & Marketing, 76% of shoppers visit more than one (1) retailer per week to purchase items sold in the grocery store. Now, Invisipon provides an opportunity for a retailer to earn 100% of the consumer spend by automatically providing offers that the independent supermarket owner would make available to an individual consumer if:
a) He knew the consumer needed to buy “X”
b) He knew the consumer was going to buy “X” at another store
c) He could sell “X” to the consumer at a reduced price and still make a profit
d) The consumer would eventually get in the habit of buying “X” at his store (and paying full price)
e) In the short-term, he’d rather make a profit of $.50 on “X” rather than zero (0) from the consumers buying these products elsewhere
f) He could discretely make this offer available ONLY to consumers that were not already buying “X” at his store and paying full price