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Chrysalis Loyalty steps up integration with best-of-breed 3rd party systems through its open API

A DRIVE to integrate more 3rd party systems with the open API of Chrysalis Loyalty’s Key2Key customer retention system has been announced.

Chrysalis says the move will enable its dealer and captive finance customers to dramatically boost the quality and impact of their customer loyalty programmes.

The Key2Key API has always been ‘open’ for integration with best-of-breed 3rd party system providers operating in the field of customer loyalty.

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But fresh technological developments around the industry are opening up new possibilities which Chrysalis say they are determined to enable as quickly and easily as possible.

Chrysalis founder, Jolyon Barker, said: “No matter how well designed and comprehensive, it is unrealistic to expect one system alone to best-of-breed in every aspect of the increasingly sophisticated processes used in automotive retail.

“That is why the right thing for us to do for our customers is to encourage the best 3rd party providers to integrate through our open API by being as accommodating and supportive as possible.”

As an example, Jolyon Barker points to a project under way in Europe in which an enterprise email marketing system is being integrated with the Key2Key platform to increase transparency for dealers and their brand’s captive finance arm around customer communications.

The integration will eradicate poorly timed or inappropriate communications by ensuring dealer, brand and finance provider effortless transparency as well as instant analysis of the effectiveness of their customer contact.

In a recent white paper detailing customer retention best practice Chrysalis Loyalty highlighted the importance of ‘joined up’ data and communication between dealers and their brands in generating the highest possible sales renewal rates – and proving the best customer experience.

Chrysalis believes that its users are best served by enabling integration of best of breed 3rd party systems to its market-leading customer retention tool.

For example, by integrating two-way data sharing between Key2Key, which highlights the optimal moments to contact a customer for renewal, and a sophisticated call tracking and conversation sentiment analysis tool, users get the benefits of both systems – and additional benefits from combining data to leverage powerful insights that can help transform their performance.

Jolyon Barker said: “Businesses like our own can choose between insisting on developing proprietary solutions to every improvement in their service, or they can do what’s right and work with the best to create maximum value for their customers.

“Because information sharing is so vital to profitable and efficient operations in automotive retail it is wrong to force users to develop their own workarounds when the integration of data between tools can make each one exponentially more valuable.

“Our latest integrations will start eradicating timed or pitched customer communications by creating unprecedented transparency and insight. Our customers will see results within a very short timeframe because we have encouraged the integration of a best-in-class tool through our API.”