Customer Loyalty Accelerator Releases New 30 Day Free-Trial of Its Innovative Clover POS Loyalty App

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Retail merchants using the Clover POS now have access to a limited time, 30 Day Free-Trial of this powerful new customer loyalty acceleration program. The Free-Trial includes (25) $10 Customer Loyalty Cards worth $250. And, the $10 per card value is entirely funded by CLA. This 30 Day-Free Trial offer is being made available until March 15, 2019 through the Clover App Market.

Unique from other loyalty apps, Customer Loyalty Accelerator is the first “cash rewards” program to be introduced on the Clover platform. CLA seamlessly integrates and accelerates an existing loyalty program, or can perform as a standalone loyalty program. CLA enables Clover merchants to easily collect “best customer” contact information, and thus increase revenues from return customer visits and greatly improve upon customer personalization.

More information and a Free-Trial sign up for the Customer Loyalty Accelerator (CLA), including $250 worth of CLA Customer Reward Cards, is available on the CLA website at Or for more information, contract Customer Support at 480-686-7033 or help(at)

Cash rewards have shown a stunning 80% sign up success rate, the highest acceptance rate of any loyalty offering. A cash reward loyalty incentive leverages the rapidly-growing preference among retail customers for simpler programs that offer immediate rewards, versus complicated points-based plans.

“The days of cards offering 10 points per dollar or a 1% value proposition are over. The future is all about relevance and aligning the program’s value to the customer,” according to Precima President Brian Ross, a leading global retail strategy and analytics company.

Customer Loyalty Accelerator does exactly that, by empowering Clover merchants to identify their best customers and reward them with an immediate cash incentive (an amount set by the merchant) to be redeemed on their next return visit. In exchange, the customer provides accurate contact information the merchant can use to greatly enhance personalization and obtain other competitive marketing data so critical in a new era of digital retail marketing.

“We are honored to partner the Clover POS platform, to provide a new level of merchant opportunity by delivering relevant and compelling rewards that will drive higher return customer revenues and a great ROI,” said Alan Steinberg, CEO of Encore Incentives, the parent company of the Customer Loyalty Accelerator. “This 30 Day Free-Trial offers merchants the opportunity to see the ROI for themselves with no cost and no risk. We are confident the program’s benefits will be quickly apparent to Clover merchants and they will want to continue with a monthly subscription after the Trial period.”

The Encore Incentives management team is led by a brain trust of marketing professionals with deep roots in data development and entrepreneurial technology. CEO Alan Steinberg established himself as a pioneering entrepreneur in developing big data analytics at Intel and other major tech companies. Chief Market Strategist Alan Lobock, co-founder of SkyMall, is now an advisor to many fast growing companies and was named a “Start Up Guru” by the Wall Street Journal. Scott Goble, CTO and VP of Engineering, previously served in Microsoft’s Principal Software Development and played a critical role in the launch of Windows 10.

Clover is a subsidiary of First Data Corp., a global leader in commerce-enabling technology, serving over six million businesses and 4,000 financial institutions in more than 100 countries. Clover’s mission is to provide customized POS systems that make running businesses easier and more profitable.

Customer Loyalty Accelerator is available for download on the Clover App Market at The 30 Day Free-Trial Plan offer, along with $250 worth of CLA reward cards, expires March 15, 2019. For more information, contract Customer Support at 480-686-7033 or info(at)

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