Saltsha is a portal that offers everything from transactional data to customer management, to help you better track sales and marketing opportunities. With Saltsha, you can earn rewards based on sales processed through your PayProTec POS system. You also have access to hundreds of inspirational articles and blogs about current trends and leadership practices.
With Saltsha’s transactional data capabilities, tracking sales and customers is easy. Not only can you view payment history by any selected number of days—months, weeks, years—you can also separate information by credit card type. This is helpful when factoring in card fee rates.
This data also helps you track return customers and their purchasing history which can be useful for your marketing purposes.
With such detailed data at your fingertips, tracking the success of your company will be a breeze. For questions or comments, contact your agent.
You can now better track your customers and sales trends through our customer management capabilities. When a customer swipes his or her card, the user data is saved in a list, allowing you to later view his or her sales history You can add information such as email addresses and phone numbers to aide in later marketing capabilities. You can filter data by lists to view such things as my top spenders, or most frequent visitors. You can see which customers have not been back for set amounts of time. Eventually this information will be directly tied to your POS system, for even quicker results and add on sales opportunities.
Being a merchant for PayProTec allows you to participate in our loyalty rewards program. Every time a credit card is swiped on a PayProTec POS, you earn points. These points are good as long as you process with PayProTec, and can be redeemed for the following rewards:
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