API Stands for “Application Programming Interface.” An API is a set of commands, functions, protocols, and objects that programmers can use to create software or interact with an external system. It provides developers with standard commands for performing common operations. Thus, they do not have to write the code from scratch.
Hangry has developed the most flexible rewards and loyalty program that is a must have for your campus branded app. Due to a loyalty and rewards program, your campus is able to use points to drive behavior based on your specific needs. Getting a campus branded app is the easy part, the difficult part is keeping students on the app. And that is where a loyalty program comes into play.
One of the great benefits to having a food ordering app is the ability to upsell. It can be done continuously and strategically in order to constantly increase revenue for your campus dining locations. The multi-faceted system of mobile ordering and a loyalty program offers two different vehicles for upselling within the app. Above all, it’s done without ever interrupting the personal usage of each student.
Rewarding students for using your mobile app is a method we discuss quite often. Setting up a loyalty and rewards program is an ideal way to keep students using your app. As a result, you’re also able to drive behavior. A good mobile app is one that catches a potential user’s attention. But a great mobile app is one that will keep user around and at top of mind through the use of a loyalty and rewards program.
Because of Hangry’s loyalty and rewards feature, dining services is able to rewards students every time they make healthier meal choices. And the options are endless. Every time a student makes a healthy meal choice, they are rewarded points which can then be redeemed in your mobile app rewards store. Here is a list we have compiled of ways to drive healthier eating habits on campus:
The Hangry Loyalty and Rewards feature allows you to place points on virtually any item, action, or feedback that the students can access on the app. Hence by having the power to place points where ever you want, you can ultimately drive student behavior –creating a secret marketing weapon.