Loyalty360 Featured Technology | Virtual Incentives

As loyalty rewards go, few are more ubiquitous—or more appreciated—than open loop gift cards. As the leading distributor of Visa Rewards, Virtual Incentives understands the value of these rewards and is able to deliver them to consumers through a variety of online incentive solutions. Clients of Virtual Incentives are given access to a powerful interface that also features the technology provider’s signature simplicity and ease-of-use.
A key component of any loyalty reward distributor, Virtual Incentives places a premium on a seamless API integration. This integration is built to be agile; clients can request rewards through the API and have them delivered at the speed demanded in today’s loyalty climate. This kind of speed is demonstrated in the onboarding process as well, with the entire process being completed in as little as a day in some cases. Beyond physical gift cards from brands like Visa, MasterCard, and Amazon, the company is able to distribute online incentives in real-time to satisfy the modern consumer’s need for instant rewards. Priding itself on speed, flexibility, and agility, Virtual Incentives has carved out an identity for itself as a loyalty provider able to deliver rewards whenever, wherever, and however the situation dictates.

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