If you haven’t heard, we’re running a restaurant giveaway this month – a free branded app with pre-loaded features that are beneficial to any restaurant, big or small, plus one year of free card processing up to £100,000. (If you’re interested, click here to find out more.) An app is the best possible tool for any restaurant to distill and retain its customers’ loyalty, but of course it is not the be all and end all of a mobile strategy. Which is why we are sharing this post with you, to give you some idea of how you as a restaurant owner can leverage mobile as a revenue channel.
Today marks the release of our revamped website and an overhaul to attend to the needs to our ever growing customer base. We’ve been busy making sure we are able to communicate what we do in a clear, succinct way. We are different to any other payments provider, here’s how:
With so many different card payment solutions available out there, it can get pretty overwhelming trying to pick one that fits for your business best. Here are 7 things to consider when you shop for a card payment provider:
‘I’m building an app for the iPhone. Apple say they’re charging 30% transaction fees, so how can judo charge 2.4% + 20p? Is that in addition to the 30%?’
The short answer: The 30% charge only applies to what Apple call ‘In-app’ payments.
The slightly longer answer: If you’re selling digital goods that are delivered and consumed within the app, you can qualify for what Apple and Google call In-app payments. They can process these transactions for you with a 30% transaction fee.
Mobile trends are ever changing, and we want to help keeping up with them a little easier for you. In this Mobile Trend series, we look into how mobile is impacting different markets, and give you a better idea of how to make an app a big hit among your target consumers.
This week I attended a roundtable event hosted by Tech City News. The agenda was mobile commerce with a focus on the fashion retail world. The outcome was liberating: a unanimous agreement that we need to switch from a technology-led to a consumer-led approach. Consumer trends should inform tech trends and not the other way around.
In this diverse crowd of innovative start-ups, established retailers, savvy investors and a bank thrown in for good measure, we all came to the same question: consumers are increasingly omni-channel, so how do we learn about and offer the ideal customer journey across these channels?
Walk down Brick Lane in East London, and the curry touting scene along the way will sure leave you a bad taste. Yes, it’s tough to stand out from the restaurant pack, but what if we tell you that it does not have to be painful and ugly? What if we tell you that you can also be the leader of the pack?
Check out on mobile can be bitter-sweet. People may be shopping on their phones more than ever before, but conversion rates on mobile remain stubbornly low. The main challenge is to create a process that is as convenient, if not more so, than other methods. We have all heard that m-commerce is a revolution and represents the future of purchasing goods and services online. But did you know that up to 66% of payments started on a mobile device are abandoned due to problems encountered during checkout?