As the festive season looms on the horizon, businesses are scrambling to find innovative ways to express gratitude to their employees and loyal customers. Forget the clichéd box of chocolates; it’s time to offer a gift that truly keeps on giving.
In this article, “The Future of Loyalty Rewards is Here” learn about Scan to Pay Vouchers, a groundbreaking initiative by Ukheshe, the pioneers behind South Africa’s most extensive QR payment ecosystem. Tracy-Lee Schoeman, Vice President of Loyalty and Rewards, explains, “We recognized a burgeoning need for businesses to offer customized, bulk loyalty rewards without the logistical nightmares or hefty price tags. That’s why we’ve launched Scan to Pay Vouchers—a game-changer that marries cutting-edge Scan to Pay technology with the allure of rewards.”
Streamlining the Art of Gifting
With Scan to Pay Vouchers, the cumbersome process of sourcing and distributing gift cards or vouchers is a thing of the past. Businesses need only provide the mobile numbers of the beneficiaries, who will then receive an invitation to download the app and access their voucher.
A Universe of Payment Possibilities
These vouchers aren’t just versatile; they’re revolutionary. Whether you’re shopping online, paying bills, or even purchasing airtime, Scan to Pay Vouchers have you covered. Trusted by over 600,000 vendors, 14 banks, and 94 payment service providers, this is the QR payment solution that South Africa has been waiting for.
Safety, Convenience, and Financial Inclusion
For the end-user, the benefits are manifold. It’s safer than carrying cash, more convenient than using a card, and instantly accessible, whether you’re in the heart of Johannesburg or a remote village. Your data is securely processed through Ukheshe’s Eclipse API, ensuring complete confidentiality during transactions. Plus, any unused balance remains safely stored for future use.
Schoeman adds, “This is more than just a new feature; it’s a leap towards financial inclusivity in a largely underbanked nation. It’s a win-win for everyone involved—be it the sender, recipient, or vendor.”
Interested in learning more about Ukheshe’s journey? Check out Clayton Hayward’s podcast here