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Boost Rewards Adds Interact™ Technology to Core Rewards and Recognition Solutions

Technology Puts Consumers in Charge of Rewarding Exceptional Service

Apr 2 2014, 1:18pm CDT | by

Dayton, OH, April 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Today, Boost Rewards, the recognized and award-winning leader in automated solutions to boost employee productivity, wellness, and morale, announced that it is the first recognition provider to integrate the patented Interact™ technology into its online rewards and recognition platforms. This enhancement will enable individuals in close proximity to award points to one another through smart phone applications using optical scanning, near field communication (NFC), radio-frequency identification (RFID), Bluetooth, or magnetic strip identification.

“The ability for individuals to immediately award points directly from their smart devices will drastically change the way companies roll-out and manage their rewards and recognition programs,” said Anita Emoff, President of Boost Rewards. “Interact gets consumers directly engaged in recognizing outstanding service. For example, a customer can recognize the employees they interact with, such as wait staff or flight attendants, at the point of service and the reward points are automatically and seamlessly added to the employee’s account. The event can even be posted on social media channels like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, to appeal to competitive employee behaviors,” she continued.

Boost Rewards sees the addition of the Interact technology as a game-changer in the industry. It empowers the consumer to reward outstanding service in virtually any industry at the moment it happens and eliminates antiquated and time-consuming efforts such as letter writing or online surveys that take place after the customer/company representative interaction. It also promotes “extraordinary service” as employees are immediately and automatically rewarded by those she or he serves, driving higher consumer loyalty. For the first time, companies have a real-time gauge on how individual employees treat customers and do not need to depend on infrequent and subjective performance metrics.

Interact Technology LLC spent years developing the concept and technology which was patented in 2013. The company may consider offering additional licenses of the Interact technology to approved companies in the coming months. Learn more at www.interacttechnologyllc.com.

About Boost Rewards
Boost Rewards is the trusted choice for organizations committed to achieving total workforce engagement. Boost Rewards provides flexible platforms delivering automated solutions to manage performance incentives and reward years of service, retirement, and employee wellness. Boost Rewards is owned by Boost Technologies, LLC, a certified women-owned business, and has been recognized as one of Inc. Magazine’s fastest growing private companies and as one of the top 10 fastest growing women-owned business in North America by American Express and the Women’s President Organization.

To learn more about Boost Rewards or to schedule a live demo for your company visit Boost Rewards online at http://recognition.boostrewards.com/. Keep up-to-date on all the latest Boost Rewards news, events, and offers on Boost Rewards Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/boostrewards.

Contact Information:
Boost Rewards
Melissa Marks
Contact via Email

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