This article will help you determine which actions you might want to require a recipient to do in order to accept your gift. This decision is likely based off the purpose for which the gift is being sent:
- Alyce for door opening gifts
- Alyce for mid-cycle sales acceleration
- Alyce for customer loyalty / relationship management
Alyce for door opening gifts
If you’re primarily using Alyce for sending door opening gifts, it is important to determine which actions you want to require the recipient to take for them to be able to accept/exchange/donate their gift.
For door-opening gifts, it is very common to require the recipient to schedule a meeting and to provide their phone number and email. If you feel like asking for the recipient’s phone number and email is impersonalized, you do not have to require the recipient to provide this information, but can still require that they book a meeting on your calendar.
Alyce for mid-cycle sales acceleration
If you are sending gifts as a mid-cycle sales accelerator, it is suggested that you do not ask the recipient to provide their phone number and email address. Asking for this information will likely make it seem as if you don’t really know the recipient (an impression that you don't want to be giving).
It is at your discretion if you want to require a meeting to be booked in order to accept the gift, but it might also seem impersonalized to require this since you are already in the middle of the sales cycle with them.
Alyce for customer loyalty / relationship management
If you are sending gifts to reward a customer for their loyalty, you very likely do not want to be requiring your recipient to do anything to accept your gift. It would likely seem very impersonalized to ask a customer for any information or to book a meeting if you already know this customer well.