Best Buy and The Container store have each launched QuickReceipts, a program designed to automatically collect, store and organize customer receipts from stores and retailers’ web sites.
Business and financial management solution provider Intuit developed the easy-to-use program to enable shoppers to have automatic access to their POS receipts after they create an account on the QuickReceipt web site. With their account and QuickReceipt profile, buyers have access to purchases made in Container Store or Best Buy locations and their online catalogs via computer or mobile device. Customers can view digital receipts via mobile with the QuickReceipt iPhone app.
“The Container Store is always looking for innovative ways to layer on value-added services for our customers — services that will save them time and money,” said Casey Shilling, VP, Marketing Communications for The Container Store, in a press release.
This POS development by Intuit is designed to create a convenient experience for both shoppers and retailers. If buyers need access to their receipt to make a return or warranty claim, stores make the purchase information available instantaneously and securely.
Users can gain access to The Container Store and Best Buy stores is a credit card number and, for the electronics retailer’s rewards zone customers, their Best Buy rewards ID number, name and phone number. Store receipts are located in one space and are organized automatically by the program based on date of purchase and store.
Both retailers are utilizing QuickReceipts to eliminate the common pain point of lost receipts and frustrating returns processes, and offer customers easy access to POS materials from multiple stores at one time, for an enhanced, convenient shopping experience.