We're fed up with fuzz
Ads stalking people based on random browsing history. Spam overflowing inboxes with offers for junk. Decks of plastic cards with a quazillion pointless points. Not to mention coupons and vouchers, guaranteed to be forgotten when it's time to use them. Consumers feel tricked if they buy and ignored if they don't. And businesses pile their marketing budgets into a fog, relying on mere luck to reach someone who might actually like what they sell.
We say it's enough
It's time to end this era of ignorant noise and mindless consumption. It's time to build relationships between brands and people based on mutual respect.
It's time for a new standard.
That's why we've created Wrapp.
Wrapp is the app that puts true purchasing power in the hands of consumers, and helps brands create meaningful marketing. By analyzing personal purchase data, we enable intelligent transactions between merchants and customers. Or simply put: We help people spend their money better, regardless if they buy or sell something
Wrapp connects to the user's payment card, and analyze the transactions to learn the user's buying behavior. The point? Businesses can be sure to only reach and reward customers who are interested in what they sell. And consumers only get rewards from brands they're interested in.
All rewards on Wrapp are cashback rewards. Never another voucher or point or coupon. Sometimes it's a percentage of the purchase value, sometimes it's an exact figure in the local currency. But it's always real money. To use on whatever the user likes. Unconditionally.
Loyalty programs are rarely effortless. Customers must remember their offers and prove their memberships at the checkout, and companies need to maintain complex systems. With Wrapp, it's different. It works in the background, constantly. Whenever our users pay with their cards—online or offline—it checks for rewards. And if there's one to claim, Wrapp makes sure the cashback is transferred to the user's payment card. Automatically.
People who trust their banks to be secure, can also trust us. Because that's where all essential information is stored. As the new standard for consumer rewards, some of Scandinavia's biggest banks, including Nordea and Danske Bank, have also become partners in Wrapp. But the only time the app uses any card details is the one time it's synced to the app. After that, we don't store the card number or any other personal details. The data we access is limited to the user's transactions. Other than that, we only let brands put money back on their payment cards.
- Data EngineerStockholm