Ability to mark a product as non-returnable


Retailers run clearance or final sales fairly often for a variety of reasons (primary one being ability to get rid of the inventory). Most of the times, it also means that these products are non-returnable. In addition to clearance scenarios, retailers sometimes collect donations for charities an...

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Category: Order capture and checkout (72)

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Ability to restrict Loyalty Points redemption in increments of fixed points


Some retailers have a minimum threshold of Loyalty Points that are required to redeem for a fixed reward, e.g. redeem 500 points for $10 off. Additional rewards can be redeemed in increments of 500 points, so if customer wants to redeem 1000 points, they can get $20 off or 1500 points for $30 ...

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Category: Customer and Loyalty (45)

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