Aliso Viejo, CA, April 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Video Checkout has issued Video Checkout 2.8, the latest version with new features enabling users to capture leads through video, provide branded receipts to consumers, display custom fields in order forms, and accept New Zealand currency.
Among its new features, the most important is lead gen. This will allow users to move beyond transactions through a video to start collecting information such as sign ups or leads for more consumer information.
The lead gen feature will originally be launched in beta mode, giving access to only a selected number of high-tier Video Checkout users who are a part of Video Checkout’s beta program.
Video Checkout 2.8 will also allow users to provide branded sales receipts to customers, meaning email receipts to consumers and donors will now come from the user’s name and email address. If the customer replies to the receipt, the email will also be sent back to the user. Along with email receipts, users can now display any custom fields in order exports such as size, color, etc.
The last feature enables users to set the currency as the New Zealand dollar and have the checkout form dynamically adjusted for viewers from New Zealand. This currency option is only available for those integrated with Total-Apps payment processing.
“These new features open up the Video Checkout product to a new market that can’t sell directly through video because they have large item goods. Coupling Video Checkout and lead capture ability will allow brands to drive interest through the power of visual storytelling and connect ROI to their efforts,” said Video Checkout Product Manager, Anand Patel.
About Video Checkout
Video Checkout is the first interactive video platform that embeds a secure payment form into any video posted and shared on Facebook. This increases the amount of people who purchase a product by eliminating the amount of clicks to checkout. With its newest features, Video Checkout can now be used to collect leads through video along with purchases through video.