|By Business Wire||
|June 26, 2014 03:17 PM EDT||
RewardsNOW, Inc., an industry leader in loyalty programs for financial institutions announced today that Data Center, Inc. (DCI) of Hutchinson, Kansas has partnered with RewardsNOW to provide loyalty and merchant funded rewards program services to its financial institution clients. DCI provides core processing software and related technologies for hundreds of community banks nationwide.
RewardsNOW will provide DCI’s community bank clients with a fully comprehensive, enterprise-wide loyalty program consisting of a customized program website and access to RewardsNOW’s merchant funded rewards platform, including its local merchant funded shopping program, Shop Main Street; a merchant discount coupon program; and an integrated mobile application.
“DCI is pleased to be working with RewardsNOW, and we are looking forward to introducing their loyalty and merchant funded discount programs to our community bank customers. We are very confident that RewardsNOW’s unique programs will be well received,” said John Jones, President and CEO of DCI.
According to Steven VanFleet, President and CEO of RewardsNOW, Inc., the company looks forward to working with DCI to build customized loyalty programs for its community bank clients. “In today’s environment, it is more important than ever for community banks to implement a loyalty program that differentiates them from the competition,” said VanFleet. “RewardsNOW, Inc. is eager to help DCI’s customers implement a loyalty and merchant funded rewards program that will make a direct and significant contribution to their bottom lines.”
About RewardsNOW, Inc.
RewardsNOW, Inc. (RNI) is an exceptional, independent provider of turnkey loyalty programs. Since 1997, we have been offering loyalty solutions that include a configurable, web-based loyalty platform; marketing communications; analytics/ROI reporting; rewards catalog/fulfillment; and 24/7/365 customer support. Our programs, which are designed to generate incremental profits from increased member acquisition, increased product usage, and lower customer attrition rates, also include our online, national based merchant funded program as well as our unique, local merchant funded program; a discount coupon program, and a sweepstakes program – all designed to enable our clients to offer their members more value. RewardsNOW is based in Dover, New Hampshire. For more information, visit www.rewardsnow.com.
About Data Center, Inc.
DCI is the developer of the award-winning iCore360® core processing software and related technologies for community banks nationwide. DCI is privately owned by banks, with clients serving as board members and user group leaders. iCore360® is a uniquely easy yet sophisticated cloud-based core processing software for complete bank management, available as a hosted or in-house solution, with single relational data source, user-adaptive workflow templates and embedded features for online/mobile banking, dashboard analysis, loan management, teller, remote capture/proof, BSA, custom reporting private ATM network, and more. www.datacenterinc.com.
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