Alliance Data signs new agreement with Marathon Petroleum Corp.
Dallas — Alliance Data Systems Corp., a provider of loyalty and marketing solutions derived from transaction-rich data, announced it has signed a new long-term agreement to provide private label and co-branded credit-card services for Marathon Petroleum Corp., Findlay, Ohio.
Under the agreement, Alliance Data will provide MPC with private label and co-branded credit-card services, including account acquisition and activation; receivables funding; card authorization; credit-card issuance; statement generation; remittance processing; customer service functions; and marketing services.
Through its suite of credit and marketing tools, Alliance Data will provide MPC private label and co-brand account-holders with benefits designed to support repeat purchases and engender customer loyalty, such as discounts on fuel at its more than 5,100 Marathon-branded stations. Co-brand cardholders may earn additional rewards based on purchases made on the card outside Marathon brand locations.
Aeropostale adds international online shipping
New York City — Aeropostale has launched international shipping, and consumers in more than 90 countries worldwide can now purchase directly from Aeropostale.com, The site’s international expansion is being powered by FiftyOne Global Ecommerce.
Aeropostale.com as it enables global commerce and further expands our customer reach," said Thomas P. Johnson, CEO at Aeropostale. "Aeropostale is truly a global brand with successful stores in U.S., Canada, and the Middle East as well as a loyal Facebook fan base with over 5 million fans around the globe."
Online consumers can now shop Aeropostale in their preferred currency, with guaranteed landed costs and cost-effective international shipping and handling services through Aeropostale’s partnership with FiftyOne Global Ecommerce.
Domino’s Pizza’s ordering app achieves $1 million in weekly sales
Ann Arbor, Mich. — Domino’s Pizza announced that at after just three months since its launch, the new Domino’s App for iPhone and iPod touch has achieved $1 million in sales over a single week.
The app, offering customers the ability to order from almost all of Domino’s nearly 5,000 U.S. locations with no login required, is well-received by consumers and fans.
"With the rapid growth of this fairly recent technology, as well as our focus on continuing to integrate all of the unique and convenient elements of the Domino’s ordering experience, it’s fair to say that there is much more to come for fans of our app," said Chris McGlothlin, Domino’s Pizza chief information officer. "This is only the beginning."