Fuddruckers is using a mobile site, a QR code and SMS to solicit fast customer feedback for the restaurant chain. Informational table tents at each table provide easy instructions on how customers can complete a brief service survey using their smartphones. “Restaurant chains like Fuddruckers will receive more feedback with mobile than traditional paper or [...]
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At first blush, QR codes would appear to offer nothing but upside. A quick scan of a mobile device across an odd-looking square symbol, and the user is presented with your company’s landing page, how-to video or promotion. No wonder QR Codes have proliferated in the past couple years, and are now found everywhere from [...]
You can connect to your customers with a QR code. It’s that square graphic you are probably noticing everywhere from posts on billboards to advertisements in circulars. Users download a free app on their phone and then scan the code for information, discounts, etc. QR Code (abbreviated from Quick Response Code) is the trademark for [...]
Smart Transaction Systems (STS), provider of innovative gift card & loyalty card solutions, has released an app that enables businesses to process gift and loyalty card transactions using any of Apple’s mobile touch-screen products. The Gift & Loyalty App uses QR codes on the back of cards to process transactions, offering small businesses a convenient [...]
Anyone who has ever been caught without a brochure or business card while speaking with a prospective client has a new tool to ensure they always have their information handy. Android Shields has developed a way to place a company’s QR (quick response) code onto a custom-made protective cell phone skin. Prospective clients can use [...]
The holidays are just around the corner and the final touches are being made to holiday marketing campaigns. Hopefully marketers and brands have included QR codes on their packaging and marketing materials – if not, they are going to be missing out on an opportunity to attract and engage consumers to buy products and services. [...]
A QR code, or Quick Response code, is a 2D barcode that can store more than 4,000 alphanumeric characters in a limited space. When you compare that to a traditional linear (1D) barcode, it’s easy to see the advantage – more information, in less space. These barcodes were originally developed by Denso Wave, a subsidiary [...]