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Royal Jordanian and Loylogic launching global reward portal

Posted 7 January 2019 · Add Comment

Loylogic, an e-commerce and e-payment solutions for loyalty programmes compnay, and Royal Jordanian Airlines have extended their partnership by launching an additional three of Loylogic's leading solutions for their Royal Club loyalty program: Buy and Gift Miles solution as well as REX, the global rewards portal.

 

Members of Royal Jordanian's frequent flyer programme, Royal Club, will now be able to acquire and gift more miles in a fast and seamless way. The common objective is to provide a simple and cost-efficient solution that brings more value to members and the program. Members can now increase their miles balance instantly and without further accrual effort, which is consequently pushing points sales.

Furthermore, Loylogic is offering their state-of-the-art redemption platform and their loyalty expertise to Royal Club, to provide a unique loyalty experience that is rewarding and engaging to the member but also lets the program manage and steer their business in a smart and efficient way.

With Loylogic's new global reward portal, Royal Club members will now be able to benefit from multiple innovative and engaging redemption opportunities worldwide. The customized global rewards catalogue consists of over 500 products and 100+ internationally recognized premium brands ranging from the latest high-tech products and fashion accessories to home decor and much more. Members will not just be able to spend their miles but can also use a combination of miles and cash making rewards more accessible.

Stefan Pichler, CEO of Royal Jordanian Airlines said: "We had promised our frequent flyers new online services and extra flexibility under the new Royal Club frequent flyer program; today, through our partnership and expanded cooperation with Loylogic, we are able to deliver on our promise. For the first time, we are offering our members the opportunity to redeem their miles for commercial products via our new online store

RoyalClubRewards.rj.com powered by Loylogic; whereby members will receive the products at anytime, anywhere, without any additional cost. Moreover, our members now have the option to purchase the needed miles to qualify for the reward of their choice or to gift miles to a friend or relative to qualify for an award, through Loylogic's Buy & Gift online portal. All these new features and services will not only enhance the members' online experience but will also increase their engagement with the Royal Club miles as a currency that they can now earn and redeem through various channels and their everyday activities." 

Dominic Hofer, CEO of Loylogic said: "We are thrilled to vastly expand our partnership with Royal Club and launch an additional three of our successful solutions with them. After working together on our Akruu solution for over two years, we are excited to now launch our market-leading reward portal REX with Royal Club and welcome them to our Buy and Gift family also. We are extremely proud to offer our profound loyalty experience, competencies and skillset in order to drive more success on both the redemption and collection side together with Royal Jordanian. These launches mark another important milestone in our partnership and we are happy to deliver relevant and smart choices for the program to succeed in a competitive environment but especially to add more choice for the programme and their members."

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