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19 & 20 OCT 2022


How Paytronix is helping restaurants with their guest engagement

Paytronix, a leader in loyalty programmes and guest engagement, will be exhibiting at Restaurant Tech Live 2017. Lee Barnes, head of data insights at Paytronix, will be speaking at the event on Wednesday 27 th September. He will be discussing the value of targeted discounting in theatre hall 16 at 11.45am.

Paytronix drives incremental sales through loyalty for global restaurant chains. More than 300 restaurant chains worldwide look to Paytronix to create and support on guest loyalty. Through social media, mobile, online, and in-store guest experiences, Paytronix has reinvented what loyalty means to restaurateurs and their guests.

Taking place on 26th & 27th Sept at ExCeL London, Restaurant Tech Live is Europe's largest exhibition dedicated to the emerging technology and services that are forming the future of the restaurant business. The show provides a view into the dining of tomorrow and will offer restaurant owners the opportunity to find the latest products, services, systems, and advancements from across the globe.

The largest loyalty provider in the US, Paytronix branched out to the UK in 2016 with Nando’s UK as its first customer. Nando’s has been successfully running the Paytronix platform within 384 restaurants in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Using Paytronix to manage its ‘Chillies’ loyalty programme through Nando’s loyalty card and mobile app.

Lee Barnes, head of data insights at Paytronix, comments “Paytronix is enjoying its first year here in the UK. Following on from a successful partnership with Nando’s, Paytronix is quickly building momentum in the UK hospitality market.”

 “We look forward to sharing how we’ve helped hundreds of restaurants get a higher return from their discount vouchers. Restaurants today are battling with ever increasing discounting. We help restaurant brands make data-informed decisions to focus discounts where they are needed to motivate guests, rather than sending a bulk email with a discount to everyone in an email list."