Everyday, we as consumers are inundated with emails from our favorite retailers. Everyday, we ignore those emails. Why? Because they are either irrelevant (they aren’t offering me products I want) or they require additional, inconvenient steps to complete an action. SeeWhy states that 97% of mobile shopping carts are abandoned. Clearly, something is broken. What’s even worse is that marketers
We are happy to announce that Lucky 7 for Kids will be using @Pay to assist their charitable efforts. @Pay’s Two-Click Checkout makes the Lucky 7 for Kids donation process more secure and easier than it has ever been. Lucky 7 for Kids is a Non-Profit that supports military children of the fallen, wounded and deployed. Proceeds from the Lucky
Are you in Washington D.C. next week? Jason Rozenblat, our Vice President of Sales & Marketing, will be presenting a demo of @Pay’s Two-Click Email Checkout Technology at this month’s DC Tech Meetup. Jason has a decade of sales, account management and business development experience. He’s held senior leadership roles in sales and product development at LivingSocial and now currently
@Pay founder and CEO John Killoran will speak on the “C-Suite” Panel of Tech Rev ABQ along with Eclipse Aerospace Director of Information Technology Jeremy Lawrence. The executive panel titled “An Honest Conversation Amongst Executives: Doing Business In Albuquerque” will be moderated by Gene Grant of New Mexico PBS and close out the day long Tech Rev ABQ event. John
Vice President of Strategy & Operations Scott Maloney of @Pay will deliver the opening keynote forTech Rev ABQ. The keynote is part of the “Being Mighty: From Small Steps to Giant Leaps” segment of the Albuquerque Tech Fiesta. Scott will address and explore essential ideas required to get our region onto the global tech stage. Scott has over a decade
@Pay Creative Director will be judging the New Mexico Lobo Day Tech Talent Showcase at ABQ Tech Fiesta next week. Check out the details on our blog.