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The Aimia Loyalty Platform SaaS (ALP SaaS) is a web-based loyalty platform that provides you with the business logic and technology required to implement and manage a successful loyalty and rewards program.
While suitable for any business size, ALP SaaS is scaled to suit the complex requirements of large enterprise organizations, offering out-of-the-box functionality. Capture, track and profile in-depth information about your customer across multiple transactions and touch points. Aimia’s on-demand, web-based loyalty platform helps companies identify their most loyal customers, tailor and segment customer data and use that information to market more effectively.
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2018.6 Release Notes
Posted: February 8th, 2018
With 2018.6, we’ve added a brand new ALP SaaS login screen. We also introduced IBM Watson ODMI and batch emailing support, system optimizations and more.
Specifying an expiration date on Internal Rewards
Posted: December 10th, 2018
Internal Rewards can now be configured to expire on a precise date. Here's how.
How to Configure a Sync for Multiple FTP Destinations
Posted: November 12th, 2018
Starting with ALP SaaS 2018.5, users can configure a single sync to send data to multiple FTP destinations. Read more.
2018.5 Release Notes
Posted: October 31st, 2018
With 2018.5, we’re addressing features like Syncs, Exports, Web Services and ODMI. Read more.
How to Offer a Point Bonus on a Purchase
Posted: October 23rd, 2018
Let's say you want to offer a 50 point bonus for any loyalty program member who spends $10 or more during the month of November. We break that process down here. Read more.
How to Offer Points for Member Enrollment
Posted: October 12th, 2018
"One way to encourage customers to join your loyalty program is through a points reward promotion. That is, offer them a certain amount of free points for enrolling in your program during a specific time period." Read more.
How to Add a User to an Instance
Posted: October 2nd, 2018
"If a Login is what gives a person access to the ALP SaaS system, a User is how that person accesses an individual instance...Here, we will explore the process of adding users to an individual instance." Read more.
How to Manage ALP SaaS User Access
Posted: September 25th, 2018
"One of the easiest ways to ensure security in ALP SaaS is to maintain the Principle of Least Privilege. We've briefly explored this idea in a separate article, but here we'll discuss exactly how administrators and those with user management access can make sure their platform adheres to this simple security philosophy." Read more.
ALP SaaS and the Principle of Least Privilege
Posted: September 25th, 2018
A user should only have the privileges they need to get their job done. Read more.
Understanding Enterprise Administration and User Management
Posted: September 12th, 2018
"As ALP SaaS evolves, so does the methodology for platform and instance access. Whether users log in through a third party application or directly into the ALP SaaS platform itself, the system has changed the way it understands logins and user access." Read more.
Release Notes for 2018.4.1
Posted: August 8th, 2018
"With version 2018.4, ALP SaaS offers more promotion functionality, new point expiration features, a host of web service changes and performance optimizations." Read more.