Whether you're a local coffee shop offering a weekly special, or part of a widespread chain running differing daily specials each mealtime, we can keep your customers up to date with your current offerings.
At one of the many inviting and relaxed eateries based in the charming country village of Riebeek Kasteel, Social Connect is enabling the owner to inform diners of the current specials as they sit down and log on the establishment's WiFi. Updating specials between sittings is as easy as taking a picture of the specials board and emailing it. Voila, 10 seconds later an image of the current board is popping up on screens throughout the restaurant. As not everyone in Riebeek Kasteel offers WiFi, this restaurant has also experienced an increase in traffic from customers visiting surrounding businesses. After logging on to the WiFi and seeing the current specials pop up on their screens, many a hungry passer by has wandered in to enjoy a delicious lunch.
A busy Hermanus tavern wanted a way to keep their loyal (local and out of town) visitors up to date with their monthly music event. Social Connect Plus turned out to be ideal for them simplifying the ability for their customers to connect when they visited, seeing the specials as they walked through the door on their mobile devices and their customers receive the monthly program via mail, something all of us check every single day at least once.
A successful national coffee shop franchise (with branches in Dullstroom, Oudtshoorn, George, Paarl and Riebeek Kasteel) is using Social Connect Pro to give customers a consistent digital experience, from the welcome mail first time visitors receive through to the monthly mails sent encouraging online purchases. An added benefit of SCP is that previously registered customers visiting anyother branch in the chain have one click access to that specific shop's WiFi, and they can be kept informed of the relevant shop's current specials. Branches are able to effortlessly update specials as often as make sense to them in a day, all from the Barrista’s mobile phone.