The launch of Apple's iOS 11 beta boasts new features for Apple users that make the software upgrade attractive, including a ‘Do Not Disturb While Driving’ auto reply feature, Siri voice upgrade, and Loop and Bounce option for picture taking. But before you get excited and download the beta, you should know your PayAnywhere app is not compatible with this release.
Customer support may be the key to successful business, but it’s not just in how you help your customers. Their feedback can help your business too.
When internet fraudsters use fake emails or websites to convince you to give them your personal information, they’re doing something known as “phishing.” Using various online scamming techniques, online crooks try to trick unwitting internet users into giving them personal, financial or account access information.
While use of mobile wallets like Apple Pay and Android Pay is increasing, it is still a fraction of overall retail sales. This has led some retailers and merchants to believe that installing the technology to accept mobile payments may be a waste of time and money that could be spent elsewhere. What these reluctant merchants need to realize, is that they could be alienating a large portion of their future customers.
Regardless of where you’re shopping or what you’re shopping for, mobile devices have revolutionized the way we shop, and as more merchants jump on the store app bandwagon, it’s going to change even more. Retail mobile apps allow merchants to provide their customers with a highly personalized and immersive in-store experience unlike anything they’ve ever seen before. Customers have come to expect this level of service, thanks to our ever-more-connected world, and they are beginning to use these apps in stores to do price comparisons, redeem coupons, earn loyalty points and even view product ratings and reviews.