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T


he humble receipt has been with us for quite some time. In fact, the fi rst known writing is not a poem or letter, but a 5,000-year-old clay tablet receipt for clothing sent by boat from Ancient


Mesopotamia to Dilmun (looks like fashion retail has a long and illustrious history too). Since then we’ve moved onto slate, papyrus and


eventually paper. But that’s where it has remained for many retailers who have yet to take the next step. As a result, they could be missing out on a valuable opportunity to cut costs and improve sales. With advances in mobile technology and increased


usage of apps for daily tasks, today’s consumer is becoming more digitally engaged. This engagement is now extending to receipting, with many shoppers now expecting a digital option. Yet bricks and mortar stores still issue millions of paper


receipts every day – each one a potentially a missed opportunity to reduce costs, prevent fraud, gather rich data, engage with customers through relevant channels and drive loyalty. When you take waste and environmental factors into consideration there are sound fi nancial and business reasons to think about receipts beyond a perfunctory proof of purchase and go digital.


HERE’S HOW IT STACKS UP:


1. REDUCED PAPER USAGE, ENERGY AND WASTE MANAGEMENT COSTS With some of the UK’s largest retailers spending up to £3 million a year on till rolls alone, the advantages of implementing an effective digital receipts platform are obvious. Even a 20% - 30% reduction in paper usage will make a signifi cant addition to the bottom line.


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