Address - Address refers to the location where the customer resides or conducts business, and it typically includes the street address, city, state/province, postal code/zip code, and country.
Confirm Password - Confirm password is a field in a registration or sign-up form where users are asked to re-enter their chosen password. This is done as a security measure to ensure that the user has entered the password correctly and to prevent typing errors. The system then compares the entered password with the confirm password field, and if they match, the user is allowed to proceed with the registration or sign-up process
Country - Country refers to the country where a customer resides or is located. It is a field used to capture the geographic location of a customer for various purposes.
Custom Data - Custom data field in Coupon Details are utilised by developers and are presented in JSON format.
Customer Group - Customer Group is a collection of customers who share similar characteristics or behaviors. Customer groups can be defined based on a variety of factors, such as demographics, geographic location, purchasing history, or interests. By grouping customers together, businesses can create targeted marketing campaigns and personalized promotions that are more relevant to the needs and preferences of each group. Examples of customer groups may include frequent shoppers, first-time buyers, customers in a specific region, or customers who have expressed interest in a particular product or service.
Customer Group Description - Customer group description is a brief explanation or summary of the characteristics or qualities of a specific group of customers that share common interests, needs, or behaviors. It helps businesses understand the target audience they are trying to reach and cater to their needs more effectively. The description may include demographics, psychographics, and other relevant information that helps businesses create targeted marketing campaigns and develop products or services that meet the specific needs of the customer group.
Customer Group Image - Customer group image refers to a visual representation or logo that can be associated with a specific customer group. It can be used to help identify and differentiate one customer group from another, and can also be used to reinforce brand recognition and loyalty among members of that group. For example, a company may create a custom logo for a loyalty program customer group that members can proudly display on their membership card or mobile app.
Customer Group Name - Customer Group Name is a label or title that is given to a group of customers who share similar characteristics, preferences, or behavior. This label or title can be used for various purposes such as marketing segmentation, targeted promotions, or personalized communication. Examples of customer group names include "VIP Customers," "Frequent Shoppers," "New Customers," or "High-Spending Customers." The name can be customized to reflect the specific attributes or qualities of the customer group and should be easy to understand and remember for both the business and the customers.
Customer Information - Customer information refers to the data and details associated with an individual or company to be collected when made a purchase or engaged with a business. This information can include basic details such as name, gender, address, email, date of birth, and phone number. Customer information is often used by businesses to improve customer experiences, personalize marketing efforts, and inform business decisions.
Customer Signup URL - refers to the web page or link where customers can sign up or register for an account with a business or organization. This URL is usually provided by the business and can be accessed through their website or other marketing channels. The sign-up URL may also include promotional offers or incentives to encourage customers to register for an account.
- Individual - Customer Type "Individual" refers to a single person who is purchasing products or services for their personal use. This could include items like food, hotel, spa, or entertainment, etc. As a this type of customer, they may have specific preferences or needs when it comes to their purchases.
- Company - Customer Type "Company" typically refers to a business or organization that is buying products or services from another business. These types of customers may have different needs and purchasing behaviors compared to individual consumers. For example, a company may require bulk orders or customized solutions that are tailored to their specific industry or operations.
Date of Birth - Date of birth is the date on which a customer was born. It is often collected by businesses as part of their customer information and used for various purposes such as age verification, personalised marketing, and targeted promotions. The customer's date of birth may also be used to send birthday promotions or offers to the customer.
Email - refers to the email address provided by a customer during the registration process or when making a purchase. It is a unique identifier that allows businesses to communicate with their customers and send important updates, promotional offers, and other information related to their products or services.
Gender - Gender refers to the biological classification of a person as male, female, or other. It is a demographic attribute that can be used to segment customers and personalize marketing messages. In some cases, businesses may use gender as a factor in determining product offerings or promotions.
Image - Image refers to the visual representation of a customer, often in the form of a photograph or graphic. Customers may have the option to upload or associate an image with their profile or account. This can be useful for personalization purposes, visual identification, or to enhance the customer experience. One image can be uploaded, max size 1200px x 1200px.
Join Date - Customer Join Date refers to the date when a customer first becomes a member or registered as a customer with a particular business or organization. It is the date when their membership or customer account is created and recorded in the business's database. The customer join date can be used for various purposes such as tracking customer acquisition, measuring customer loyalty, and analyzing customer behavior over time.
Last Name - Customer Last Name refers to the surname or family name of a customer. It is the name that comes after the first name and is used to identify a customer's family lineage.
Member ID - Member ID is a unique identification number or code assigned to a customer or member of a loyalty program or membership program. Member IDs are used to keep track of individual customers' purchase history, points earned or redeemed, rewards, and other program-related information. By using a Member ID, businesses can identify and reward their loyal customers, as well as collect valuable data on their purchasing habits and preferences. Member IDs can be generated and managed through loyalty or membership program software, and they can be linked to a customer's account or card for easy access and tracking
Mobile - Mobile refers to the phone number of a customer that is provided during the registration or sign-up process. It is a means for businesses to contact their customers for various purposes such as order confirmation, promotional offers, etc. The mobile number may also be used for account verification or as a login credential for mobile apps.
Name - Customer Name refers to the first or given name of a customer. It is the name that a person is typically addressed by in personal or business interactions. In customer records, the customer name is usually stored as part of their personal information along with other details.
Password - password is a secret or string of characters used for authentication to prove the identity of a user trying to gain access to a computer system, website, or application. It is a security measure to protect sensitive information and prevent unauthorized access to user accounts. Passwords are usually required to be a certain length, contain a combination of letters, numbers, and symbols, and be kept confidential by the user.
Reference No - A reference number is a unique identifier assigned to a transaction or an order for the purpose of tracking and record-keeping. It is typically a combination of letters and numbers and can be generated automatically or manually by the system or the user. The reference number allows for easy retrieval and identification of a specific transaction or order among a large volume of data
Sequence No - The sequence number refers to the order in which the customer groups are displayed in Front Office or sorted in a list. It is used to determine the priority or importance of each customer group. The group with a lower sequence number will be displayed or sorted before the group with a higher sequence number. For example, if the sequence number for Group A is 1 and the sequence number for Group B is 2, then Group A will be displayed before Group B in a list.
Status - Status in Customer refers to whether a customer's account is currently active or deactivated.
An active customer status means that the customer's account is currently in use and they can make purchases or access their account. On the other hand, a deactivated customer status means that the customer's account has been temporarily or permanently disabled.
Status - Status in Customer Group Details refers to whether the group is currently active or inactive. An active customer group means that it is currently in use and customers can be assigned to it, while an inactive customer group is not in use and customers cannot be assigned to it. The status can be changed depending on the needs of the business.
Terms and Conditions URL - A Terms and Conditions URL is a link to the webpage that outlines the terms and conditions of a particular service or product. This webpage typically contains important legal information, such as the user agreement, disclaimers, and other policies that users must agree to in order to use the product or service. The Terms and Conditions URL is usually provided to customers during the sign-up process, and they must agree to the terms before they can proceed.
User Name - Username is a name or identifier used by a person to gain access to a computer system, website, or online platform. It is typically unique and chosen by the user, and in combination with a password, to authenticate their identity and allow them to access their account or profile.
Welcome Coupons - Welcome Coupons are discount coupons or vouchers that are offered to new customers as an incentive to make their first purchase or engage with a business. Merchant can select which coupons to be used as Welcome Coupons. These coupons are usually distributed through email or included in a welcome package, and they can provide customers with complimentary coupons or discounts in the form of a fixed amount or percentage off their initial purchase. The goal of welcome coupons is to encourage new customers to make their first purchase and to start building a relationship with the business.