Consumers, with the help of tech companies, are transforming their personal blizzard of missing receipts, misplaced coupons, lost promotional alerts and unused gift cards into digital files stored in the cloud.
“People have rubber bands around receipts, around promotions, around coupons, and things are in complete disarray,” said Peter Jackson, chief executive officer with Orinda, Calif.-based Ziploop, which offers consumers a digital alternative to retail activities on paper. “The big gap in technology is an effective mobile application that helps us manage our retail transactions.”
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