Square is the free point-of-sale app that lets you sell anywhere and any way your customers want to buy. You can run your business more safely with contactless and remote payments through the Point of Sale app.
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Triggers when a new customeer occurred.
Triggers when a new transaction is processed.
Triggers when a new lead is created.
Triggers when a new user is created.
Creates a customer.
Creates an order.
Attach a tag to an existing user or lead.
Creates or updates a lead.
Creates or updates a new user.
Square is a financial service company that offers payment services. It was founded by Jack Dorsey and Jim McKelvey. McKelvey is a St. Louis native, who is also a designer and engineer. The two men met in 2004 when Dorsey was looking for an engineer to help him design a new kind of credit card reader. In 2009, Square was incorporated as a business. In the fall of 2010, Square launched an app for mobile phones, where users can enter credit card numbers, and then swipe the phone across a magnetic stripe reader, which then sends the information via Bluetooth to the merchant’s computer or iPad for processing. Customers can get a discount on their first transaction with Square, if they use the app or website to process at least $100 worth of business in one day.
Customerly is a loyalty program that helps businesses reward their customers for repeat purchases. It also helps customers track their spending habits and build loyalty towards their favorite brands. Every time the customer makes a purchase, they earn points, which can be redeemed for rewards that vary from discounts to free products. When the customer makes a purchase through Customerly, they receive a virtual “card” with the brand’s logo. They can then scan the code with their phone while they are making a purchase to earn points. They can also build up loyalty points by connecting their social media accounts so that they can share deals and coupons with their friends on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and more.
For Businesses. Square has helped make it easy for small businesses to accept credit cards using an iPad or iPhone. This has allowed small businesses to accept essentially anything as payment without having to install special equipment or wait for confirmation from a bank. However, it still does not have an integrated loyalty program that allows businesses to give their customers incentives for repeat business. Customerly is trying to fill this niche by offering businesses an easy way to offer loyalty programs without having to invest in new computer hardware or software. All merchants need to do is connect Customerly with their Square account, and they will immediately have access to the software that allows them to run their own loyalty program. For customers. Small businesses with no loyalty program used to be forced to compete with larger companies that had already established themselves in the market and were able to offer better deals on products and services. Square may have helped in making it easier for small businesses to sell products and services, but there was still no incentive for repeat business. Customers who bought products from small businesses could not expect deals or rewards for shopping at these establishments again. Now that Customerly is integrated in with Square, customers can enjoy rewards just by shopping at their favorite local stores or restaurants.
This integration has been beneficial for both businesses and shoppers in several ways. For businesses, it enables them to offer loyal customers additional incentives for repeat business. This means that businesses do not have to worry about losing customers when they try out new products or services from other companies. In addition, it lowers the costs of marketing because businesses no longer have to spend money on expensive advertising campaigns. Instead, they can focus on offering customers more benefits when they choose to shop at their particular establishment instead of focusing on getting new customers or convincing existing ones to spend more money on products or services. This integration also provides shoppers with more choices because they now have access to exclusive deals and promotions from local businesses that they would not otherwise have access to if they did not use Customerly. This is great news for people who like to support local businesses instead of big chain stores or companies that are known worldwide.
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