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  • Rewarding loyal diners with iBeacon
  • Rewarding loyal diners with iBeacon
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Rewarding loyal diners with iBeacon

iBeacon technology has long been used in Apple retail stores, and now it's spreading out to other retail outlets. Mook Group, an upscale German restaurant chain, has implemented iBeacon technology in its high-tech reward and loyalty scheme.

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