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Loyalty360 Featured Technology | Stellar Loyalty

When it comes to crafting modern loyalty solutions in the mobile space, Stellar Loyalty has earned a reputation as one of the top players in the market. The company’s Stellar Consumer Relationship Cloud platform, in particular, provides clients with a powerful tool for building engagement and loyalty with consumers. With the platform’s interaction profiles, brands are able to easily capture every customer interaction, opening a path to data-driven targeting and meaningful, personalized interactions. Implementation is designed to seamlessly open the door for augmentation, with the initial, one-time setup process including a framework for the future addition of modules. This crucial point allows clients to begin with only basic functionality, while maintaining a forward-looking view toward growth and increased data complexity.
 
In addition to offering its robust technology suite, Stellar also offers loyalty services across a wide spectrum of support, from simple setup assistance to a full-service model. Directly out of the box, Stellar’s platform offers performance analysis against given targets, and tracks data at a granular level to allow for segmentation and targeting according to things like individual email opens and web page click numbers. The power of the Consumer Relationship Cloud Platform, combined with the company’s flexible service model, makes Stellar Loyalty a strong option for any company looking to bolster loyalty efforts alongside a reliable partner.

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