Loyalty


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LOYALTY. That which adheres to the law, that which sustains an existing government. See Penal Laws of China, 3.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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- whether consumers receive the benefits advertised by loyalty schemes
JD Coin, a program run by JD Digits (one of the three core businesses of JD.com, Inc.), makes loyalty points earned through different platforms, industries and channels exchangeable.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the coin, employer commitment to job security grinds to a halt the moment that loyalty to employees threatens to encroach on company profits.
The survey studied data from the UAE and KSA markets, decision-makers at organisations with revenues exceeding $300 million, it looked into how different businesses perform at planning and delivering their loyalty programmes.
Conclusion: According to the result of the study, physician-patient communication could be used as an important tool in creating physician loyalty and hospital loyalty.
This suits our system of patronage politics, where power and resources are bestowed in exchange for loyalty.
The transaction offer Banking with the most advanced loyalty and redemption technology, and the largest worldwide redemption catalogue.
Oracle Loyalty empowers customer experience professionals to engage and delight users with personalised loyalty programmes spanning every phase of the customer lifecycle.
Peerless said Blockchain Loyalty's client list and partnerships will establish the company as a major player.
Nabisco, Inc., “ERISA’s duty of loyalty is the highest known to the law.”
The unique LoyaltyMatch blockchain loyalty platform encourages use of Bitcoin, Ripple, Lite Coin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrency commerce via eCommerce, social commerce or POS systems.