Small businesses form a major part of Verizon’s (News - Alert) customer base. In fact, the company has long been offering various programs that look to keep its small business customers profitable and connected.
Recently, Kobie Marketing revealed it has partnered with Verizon to update its loyalty program, Small Biz Rewards. This program recognizes and caters to the individual requirements of the company’s small business customers.
In the Verizon Small Biz Rewards program, points will be earned each month when an enrolled member has qualified charges. The monthly point earnings will be capped at 500 points if a member's monthly qualified charges exceed $500 threshold. As additional opportunities to earn points will occur periodically, the point limit does not include points that may be earned from other activities.
“By offering cross-vertical rewards combined with the ease-of-use and flexibility common in a debit MasterCard (News - Alert) transaction, Small Biz Rewards is more than just static points accumulation, but rather about driving an engaging and singular experience for Verizon small business customers,” said Michael Hemsey, Kobie’s president. “Verizon is dedicated to providing value to its small business customer segment, and we are proud to have helped developed the Small Biz Rewards program to deliver on that brand promise.”
The company has also been certified as compliant with the new PCI-DSS 2.0 standards. This was achieved after successfully completing an SSAE-16 (SOC-1) Type II examination, formerly the SAS (News - Alert) 70 Type II, to meet the latest regulatory requirements for secure data operations, the operational effectiveness of the organization’s quality controls, operational practices, hosting services and the required ability.
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