Which Wich launches digital, mobile ordering
New York – Fast-casual sandwich chain Which Wich is partnering with Olo, a provider of online and mobile ordering solutions for the restaurant industry, to debut a new mobile app and digital ordering program.
Customers can now order, customize and pay for sandwiches online via web and smartphone platforms. Customers are able to arrive at the restaurant, use the digital Skip the Line option, pick up their food and go. Customers can also earn points and redeem rewards with integration to Paytronix.
“We are excited to take the lead on extending our unique in-store experience to the digital realm,” said Jeff Sinelli, founder & CEO of Which Wich.
Kohl’s rolls out Apple Pay in fall; including private, loyalty cards
Menomonee Falls, Wis. – Kohl’s Department Stores will bring Apple Pay to customers in all Kohl’s stores nationwide this fall. Kohl’s will also be among the first retailers to integrate both its Kohl’s Charge private credit card as a form of payment as well as its successful Yes2You Rewards loyalty program within Apple Pay.
This fall, Apple Pay will be available to all Kohl’s customers including the more than 25 million active Kohl’s Charge card holders across the country. In addition, beginning this fall, Apple Pay will be available to the 30 million members of Kohl’s loyalty program, Yes2You Rewards.
Kohl’s shoppers can add Yes2You Rewards to the Wallet app in iOS 9 and seamlessly earn and redeem rewards at checkout with Apple Pay. When paying in stores, Yes2You Rewards members can hold their iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus near the contactless reader with a finger on Touch ID to receive their individual rewards. On Apple Watch, they can double-click the side button, select their Yes2You Rewards card and hold the face of their Apple Watch up to the reader.
Kohl’s also launched its app for Apple Watch earlier in 2015, delivering access to Kohl’s savings offers on the go – including Kohl’s coupons, Yes2You Rewards and Kohl’s Cash, which customers can scan in store during the checkout process.
“Kohl's is committed to offering an easy and inspiring shopping experience and we will soon bring Apple Pay to customers in all of our 1,164 Kohl’s stores nationwide, in time for the busy holiday shopping season,” said Kevin Mansell, Kohl’s chairman, CEO and president. “Supporting Apple Pay in Kohl’s stores lets us offer customers a convenient mobile payment option that allows them to use their Kohl’s Charge or other credit card while also earning points through Kohl’s Yes2You Rewards loyalty program.”
Orvis names former Select Comfort CEO as new president
Sunderland, Vt. – William R. McLaughlin has been named as the new president of the Orvis Company Inc. He will succeed Raymond G. McCready, who will retire later this year.
McLaughlin will assume the post July 27. McLaughlin's early career included leadership roles with Pillsbury and PepsiCo. At Pepsi, he managed several of their international businesses and rose to become president of Frito Lay Europe, Middle East & Africa. From 2000 to 2012, McLaughlin was president & CEO of the specialty retailer Select Comfort Corp.