JP2003141402A - Privilege providing service method - Google Patents

Privilege providing service method

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JP2003141402A
JP2003141402A JP2001334645A JP2001334645A JP2003141402A JP 2003141402 A JP2003141402 A JP 2003141402A JP 2001334645 A JP2001334645 A JP 2001334645A JP 2001334645 A JP2001334645 A JP 2001334645A JP 2003141402 A JP2003141402 A JP 2003141402A
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Yoshihiro Hara
Yukiji Mori
Hisashi Shigekusa
好弘 原
幸示 森
久志 重草
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Denso Corp
株式会社デンソー
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PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To dispense with a service ticket, a seal and a magnetic card for receiving the privilege. SOLUTION: When a customer makes shopping in a shop, a point corresponding to the price is registered in a server 2. When the customer wants to receive the privilege, the customer connects a self-portable telephone 5 to the server 2 to download the privilege information. The customer brings the portable telephone 5 to the shop to display the privilege information on the portable telephone 5 by a two-dimensional code, so that a receiving terminal 4 in the shop can read the two-dimensional code. The receiving terminal 4 decodes the two-dimensional code, and transmits its content to the server 2, and the server 2 determines whether the privilege information is right or not on the basis of the registered information. A result of the determination is transmitted to the receiving terminal from the server 2, and the privilege is provided to the customer when the result of the determination is right. Whereby the service ticket, the seal, and the magnetic card become unnecessary.

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Detailed Description of the Invention

[0001]

BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION 1. Field of the Invention The present invention relates to a customer who wishes to receive a privilege by inputting the privilege information into his / her own mobile terminal and bringing the mobile terminal into which the privilege information has been input to a privilege receiving business. The present invention relates to a benefit providing service method for providing benefits to a customer.

[0002]

[Problems to be Solved by the Invention] When a business provides a benefit to a customer, a service voucher or a sticker describing the benefit to be provided is issued to the customer each time the customer purchases, and the customer puts the service voucher or the sticker on the sticker. There is a form in which the mount can be taken to a store or the like and redeemed for a privilege. There is also a method to cut out a part of a leaflet advertisement or product packaging and redeem it for a special offer.

Besides, magnetic cards are issued to customers,
There is also one that allows points to be recorded on the magnetic card each time the user makes a purchase so that the points can be redeemed for the benefits recorded on the magnetic card.

However, issuing tickets and stickers,
Alternatively, the method of printing and distributing the privilege redemption section on leaflets or product packaging is often carried out for an unspecified large number of customers, but many customers do not use issued tickets or stickers. However, wasteful expenses are incurred, and even for customers who use it, many kinds of tickets and stickers must be stored, which makes managing them troublesome. In addition, the magnetic card method is costly for card creation,
Customers also have the inconvenience of not being able to record points if they forget their cards.

The present invention has been made in view of the above circumstances, and an object of the present invention is to provide a privilege providing service which can eliminate the need for service tickets, stickers, magnetic cards and the like.

[0006]

According to the present invention, privilege information (for example, points) provided to a customer by a person who provides a privilege is registered in a server, and when the customer wants to receive the privilege,
Enter the privilege information into your mobile device and bring it to the privilege receptionist. The privilege receptionist has installed a reception terminal,
When the privilege information input to the mobile terminal is sent to the reception terminal, the reception terminal transmits all or part of the privilege information to the server, and the server determines whether or not the privilege information is valid. Then, the judgment result is transmitted from the server to the reception terminal, and if the judgment result is valid, the benefit is provided to the customer. Therefore, service tickets, stickers, magnetic cards, etc. are unnecessary. In addition, mobile terminals such as mobile phones will not be forgotten when going out.

The above-mentioned privilege information includes information for identifying a privilege to be provided and information for identifying a target customer,
The server totals the benefits provided for each customer identified by the information for identifying the customer, and further creates a benefit database for each benefit identified by the information for identifying the benefit to provide the benefits. It is preferable to modify the database when a new privilege is registered by a person who performs the privilege, or when information such as the customer's own privilege use is received from the reception terminal.

To manage a large number of benefits for each of a large number of customers, it is necessary to have information for identifying the benefits and information for identifying a target customer. In addition, there are benefits that are consumed by one use, those that continue while increasing or decreasing, and the benefits held by each customer change from moment to moment. Under these circumstances, the benefit provider is interested in the privilege usage status of the customer and wants to inquire the usage status of the server. Have a desire to query the server. By creating the above-mentioned privilege database, it is possible to deal with the requests of such privilege providers and customers.

In the present invention, the means for sending the privilege information from the mobile terminal to the reception terminal may be configured to display the privilege information on the mobile terminal and to read the privilege information displayed on the mobile terminal by the reception terminal. In this case, the privilege information displayed on the mobile terminal can be represented by a two-dimensional code.

According to the present invention, the means for inputting the privilege provided by the customer to the mobile terminal of the customer can be configured to transmit the privilege information registered in the server from the server to the mobile terminal. Further, the means for inputting the privilege information provided by the customer to his / her own mobile terminal may be configured to input the image of the privilege information of the advertisement in which the benefit information is posted to the mobile terminal. In this case, it is preferable that the advertisement in which the privilege information is posted includes advertisement identification information for identifying the advertisement, and the advertisement identification information is included in the image of the privilege information input to the mobile terminal.

[0011]

BEST MODE FOR CARRYING OUT THE INVENTION An embodiment of the present invention will be described below with reference to FIGS. FIG. 1 shows a computer network system for realizing a privilege providing service. This system is configured around a communication network, for example, the Internet 1, and on the Internet 1, a server 2 of a service provider that manages a privilege providing service, a terminal 3 of a company that provides a privilege, and a customer who receives the privilege and receive the privilege. The reception terminal 4 of the store of the privilege receptionist providing the privilege is connected. In addition, the store of the privilege receptionist is a store that sells the products of the privilege provider,
It may be a store operated by a privilege provider. In the latter case, the privilege receptionist and the privilege provider are the same person.

The business entity terminal 3 is composed of a computer system and transmits privilege information provided by the business entity to the server 2. With privilege information, when you purchase a product at a store operated by a company, you will be given points for each specified purchase amount,
Then, when the cumulative points reach a predetermined point, when providing a service such as discounting a certain amount to the customer, the contents of the privilege, the points given to the customer when the customer purchases a product at the store, the For example, the expiration date. Also, if you print a certain type of display on newspaper advertisements, leaflets, etc. and bring this display to a store, what is the privilege information for providing a service such as selling a certain type of product at a discounted amount? , The content of the privilege, the content of the certain kind of display printed on the leaflet, the expiration date, and the like. Then, the server 2 creates a privilege database as shown in FIG. 10, and attaches the customer identification information to the privilege information transmitted from the business entity terminal 3 for each customer, and the business entity identification information and the privilege identification information. It is managed by each benefit of each business operator with a.

The database shown in FIG. 10 is a database in which the privilege information is customer identification information, the company identification information, and the privilege identification information, and the privilege of each company and the customer are two axes. It is possible to promptly respond to the customer search / inquiry for each benefit of the business and the benefit search / inquiry for each customer.

A mobile terminal owned by a customer, for example, a mobile phone 5, can be connected to the Internet 1 from the base station 7 of the mobile phone network 6 via the mobile phone network 6. As shown in FIG. 2, the mobile phone 5 is provided with a CCD camera 8 as an optical reading means, and an image taken by the CCD camera 8 is stored in a storage unit 9.
The storage unit 9 also stores a program for reading a two-dimensional code, for example, a QR code, and converting it into information such as characters and numbers, and converting characters and numbers into a QR code.

Then, the control unit 10 displays the QR code photographed by the CCD camera 8 as an image on the liquid crystal display 11 as a display unit and converts the decoded data of the QR code into a radio signal from the antenna 13 of the communication unit 12. Or send it. In addition, the control unit 10 of the mobile phone 5 can convert data such as characters and numbers transmitted from the server 2 into a QR code and display an image on the liquid crystal display 11.

The reception terminal 4 of the store is composed of a computer system and, as shown in FIG. 3, has a CCD camera 14 as an optical reading means. Then, like the customer's mobile phone 5, the reception terminal 4 uses the CCD camera 14
The image photographed in 3 is stored in the storage unit 15. The storage unit 15 stores a program for reading a QR code image and converting it into information such as characters and numbers, and converting characters and numbers into a QR code. The QR code image captured by the CCD camera 14 is displayed on the liquid crystal display 17 as a display unit, or the decoded data of the QR code is transmitted from the communication unit 18 as a radio signal. Although not shown, the control unit 16 of the reception terminal 4 is connected to the cash register system of the store and, when the customer purchases the product, transmits the information to the business entity terminal 4.

Next, the privilege providing service will be specifically described. First, a customer who wants to receive this service needs to be a member of a service provider who provides a benefit and a member of a service provider. In order to become a member of the business operator who provides the privilege, as shown in the flowchart of FIG. 5, the mobile phone 5 is connected to the business operator terminal 3, and necessary items for membership such as name, mobile phone 5 number, mobile phone The e-mail address of 5 or the like is transmitted (step A1). Then, the business entity terminal 3 notifies the mobile phone 5 that the membership has been accepted, and requests that the password be entered (step A2).

When the password is input from the mobile phone 5 in response to the password request (step A3), the business entity terminal 3 completes the process of accepting the membership together with the member number as the customer identification information and the accepted password. This is notified and the connection with the mobile phone 5 is cut off (step A4). Then, the business entity terminal 3 stores the name of the enrolled customer, the number of the mobile phone 5, the mail address of the mobile phone 5, etc. in the member database (step A
5), the end. This completes the procedure for becoming a member of a business that provides benefits.

In order to become a member of the service provider, as shown in the flowchart of FIG. 6, the mobile phone 5 is connected to the server 2 and necessary items for membership, such as name, mobile phone 5 number, and mobile phone 5 mail, are entered. The address, the name of the service provider and the membership number, etc. are transmitted (step B1). Then, the server 2 sends the name of the customer who wishes to join the business entity terminal 3, the membership number, the number of the mobile phone 5 and the mail address to determine whether the customer is already a member of the business entity. Is inquired (step B2). The business entity terminal 3 searches from the customer data transmitted from the server 2 whether or not the customer is registered in the member database of the business entity,
The search result is transmitted to the server 2 (step B3).

From this search result, the server 2 judges whether or not the search result from the business entity terminal 3 is a business entity member (step B4), and if it is not a business entity member ( In step B4, "NO"), an email is sent to the customer's mobile phone 5 recommending that they first become a member of the business, and the connection with the mobile phone 5 is cut off (step B).
5), the end.

If the member is already a member of the business operator ("YES" in step B4), the server 2 sends a message to the customer's mobile phone 5 indicating that the membership has been accepted and requests the user to enter a password. (Step B6). When the password is transmitted from the mobile phone 5 to the server 2 in response to the password request (step B7), the server 2
Notifies the mobile phone 5 of the membership number as the customer identification information and the accepted password together with the fact that the enrollment procedure is completed, and disconnects from the mobile phone 5 (step B).
8). Then, the server 2 uses the name of the customer and the mobile phone 5.
, The mail address of the mobile phone 5, the name of the target business operator, etc. are stored in the customer database together with the customer identification information (step B9), and the process ends.

Next, the privilege information is registered in the server 2, points are given for each predetermined purchase amount when a product is purchased at a store operated by a business, and a fixed amount is purchased according to the accumulated points. This will be described with reference to the flowchart of FIG. 7 by applying it to a case where a service such as discounting from the amount of money is provided to the customer.

When a customer makes a purchase at a store and pays the price, the amount of the payment is transmitted from the cash register system to the reception terminal 4 (step C1). Next, the customer displays the member number, name, password, mail address, etc. of the privilege provider on the liquid crystal display 11 of his / her mobile phone 5 as shown in FIG.
The QR code is displayed as shown in (1) and is exposed on the CCD camera 14 of the reception terminal 4 (step C2).
Then, the reception terminal 4 reads the QR code photographed by the CCD camera 14, and transmits the decrypted name, member number, password, mail address and the like to the business entity terminal 3 together with the payment amount (step C3).

The business entity terminal 3 calculates points according to the amount of money sent, and calculates the points together with the business entity name, customer's name, member number, password, mail address, offer privilege name, and point expiration date. It transmits to the server 2 and the reception terminal 4 (step C4). The server 2 stores the acquired points in a privilege database created by aggregating each business name (identification information of privilege provider), provided privilege name (privilege identification information), and customer, and stores the acquired points. Update the cumulative total. In addition, the reception terminal 4 is the liquid crystal display 1
The point is displayed on 7 (step C6), and the process ends. Then, the customer checks the acquired points by looking at the liquid crystal display device 17. In this case, the points may be transmitted from the server 2 or the business entity terminal 3 to the mobile phone 5.

When the user wants to receive a privilege by using the points registered in the server 2 as described above, the privilege information is taken into the mobile phone 5. The flowchart in this case is shown in FIG.
Shown in. That is, first, the mobile phone 5 is connected to the server 2, and a reference request for the name of the business operator who is to receive the privilege is sent together with the customer name and password (step D1). When the server 2 receives the reference request, it searches for all the privilege information of all the business operators registered for the customer (step D2), and from them, all the benefits of the business operator who has received the reference request this time. The information list is transmitted to the mobile phone 5 (step D3). The mobile phone 5 selects the privilege name to be received this time from the various privilege information received, and requests the download (step D4). Then, the server 2 retrieves information about the privilege for which the download request has been made, and transmits this to the mobile phone 5 (step D5). Then, the customer, after displaying the downloaded contents on the liquid crystal display 11, disconnects the connection with the server 2 (step D6) and ends the process.

In order to receive the privilege by the downloaded privilege information, as shown in the flowchart of FIG. 9,
First, the downloaded privilege information is converted into a QR code and displayed on the liquid crystal display 11 of the mobile phone 5 (step E1). Here, the QR code displayed on the liquid crystal display 11 includes information such as the privilege provider name, privilege name, number of points, expiration date, customer name, member number, password, and email address. In the vicinity of the code image, a business name and points are displayed in letters and numbers.

Next, the liquid crystal display 11 of the mobile phone 5
The QR code displayed on the CCD camera 1 of the reception terminal 4
4 is exposed, and the reception terminal 4 is the CCD camera 1
Decode the QR code image exposed in step 4 (step E
2).

Thereafter, the reception terminal 4 determines whether or not the privilege can be provided from information such as the expiration date in the privilege information (step E3). If the privilege cannot be received because the expiration date has passed, the fact is displayed on the liquid crystal display 17 (step E4), and the process ends.

If the privilege can be provided, the reception terminal 4
Is all of the decrypted privilege information, or part of the privilege information,
For example, at least the member number, privilege business name, privilege name, points, password, etc. are transmitted to the server 2 (step E5). In this case, the reception terminal 4 stores the points to be exchanged for the privilege in the storage unit 15 as exchanged privilege information. Then, the server 2 searches for the privilege information corresponding to the points of the exchanged privilege information (step E6), and when the searched privilege information does not exist as a result of the search (step E6). “NO”), and the fact that the exchange is not possible is transmitted to the reception terminal 4 (step E).
7) After that, the reception terminal 4 cuts off the connection with the server 2 (step E9), and ends.

On the other hand, if the matching privilege information exists as a result of the search (“YES” in step E6), the server 2 processes the matching privilege information as already exchanged,
That is, the registered points are deleted, and the fact that they have been processed as the exchanged privilege is transmitted to the reception terminal 4 (step E8). After that, the reception terminal 4 disconnects from the server 2 (step E9), and ends. Then, the customer receives a privilege corresponding to the points from the store side.

As described above, according to the present embodiment, when a privilege is to be received, the points as a prerequisite must be accumulated, but since the points are accumulated in the server 2, they are stored as a ticket or a sticker as in the conventional case. You don't have to bring a magnetic card to record points.

FIG. 11 shows another embodiment of the present invention. This embodiment is applied to a case where a privilege is obtained, for example, by bringing an image of a QR code showing the privilege information posted in a leaflet to a store. In this case, first, the business operator who provides the privilege transmits the data of the QR code image, which is the privilege information, and the content of the privilege that can be received from the business entity terminal 3 to the server 2. On the other hand, the customer takes an image of the QR code 20, which is the privilege acquisition, posted on the leaflet 19 with the CCD camera 8 of the mobile phone 5, and the storage unit 9
To remember. It should be noted that this leaflet is printed with a description that the privilege can be received if the contents of the privilege, the part on which the QR code is printed are cut out or taken with a mobile phone and taken to the store. ing.

The QR code 20 of the leaflet 19 describes provider identification information for identifying a privilege provider, privilege content, expiration date, and identification information for a leaflet advertisement for identifying an advertisement. Immediately below the printed QR code, advertisement identification information "XX010203" is added.

The QR code 20 of the leaflet 19 is photographed by the mobile phone 5, and the customer who visits the store displays the QR code, which is the privilege information, on the display unit 9 of the mobile phone 5 as an image. Then, the image is captured by the CCD camera 14 of the reception terminal 4. The reception terminal 14 transmits the decryption data of the QR code taken by the CCD camera 14 to the server 2, and the server 2 collates the decryption data transmitted from the reception terminal 14 with the content of the QR code transmitted from the business entity terminal 3. If they match, the fact is transmitted to the reception terminal 4. Then, the customer receives a predetermined privilege.

The present invention is not limited to the embodiments described above and shown in the drawings, and the following expansions and modifications are possible. The reception terminal 4 may perform the operation of registering points according to the purchase amount in the server 2. The privilege providing business and the privilege receiving business may be different. The privilege providing business, the service provider, and the store may each be single or plural. As a general form, it is preferable that the above-mentioned three parties are different, and the conditions for receiving the privilege in the form of products and services such as convenience stores, supermarkets, restaurants, etc. are set as the stores that receive the privilege. The store may be a dedicated store that provides benefits. The server 2 and the reception terminal 4 may use the same hardware. When a store or the like independently provides a privilege providing service, the privilege providing business, the service provider, and the privilege receiving provider are the same. When the privilege information is transmitted from the server 2 to the mobile phone 5, the privilege information may be image data of a QR code, or the mobile phone 5 may transmit character data such as Q data.
Character data or the like may be transmitted as long as it has a function of converting into an R code. When the reception terminal 4 and the mobile phone 5 are equipped with a short-distance communication means such as IrDA or Bluetooth, the character data or the like is transmitted by infrared rays or radio waves without displaying the QR code on the mobile phone 5. May be. The mobile terminal is not limited to the mobile phone.

[Brief description of drawings]

FIG. 1 shows an embodiment of the present invention and is a configuration diagram of the entire system.

FIG. 2 is a block diagram showing an electrical configuration of a mobile phone.

FIG. 3 is a block diagram showing an electrical configuration of a reception terminal.

FIG. 4 is a front view showing a QR code displayed on a mobile phone.

[Figure 5] Flowchart of membership application to privileged business

[Figure 6] Flowchart for membership application to a service provider

FIG. 7: Slow chart when registering points

FIG. 8 is a flowchart for downloading privilege information to a mobile phone.

FIG. 9: Flowchart for receiving benefits

FIG. 10 is a conceptual diagram showing an example of a privilege database.

FIG. 11 is a front view of a leaflet showing another embodiment of the present invention.

[Explanation of symbols]

In the figure, 2 is a server, 3 is a company terminal, 4 is a reception terminal, 5
Is a mobile phone (portable terminal), 8 is a CCD camera, 11 is a liquid crystal display, 14 is a CCD camera, and 17 is a liquid crystal display.

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Claims (8)

[Claims]
1. A privilege provider registers privilege information to be provided to a customer in a server, and a customer who wants to receive the privilege inputs privilege information to his / her own mobile terminal, and the customer receives the mobile terminal. Sends privilege information to a reception terminal installed by a privilege reception business operator, the reception terminal transmits all or part of the privilege information transmitted from the mobile terminal to the server, and the server transmits from the reception terminal. The privilege information or a part of the privilege information is judged based on the registered privilege information, and the judgment result is transmitted to the reception terminal, and the judgment result received by the reception terminal is correct. A privilege providing service method characterized in that if there is, a benefit is provided to the customer.
2. The privilege information includes information for identifying a privilege to be provided and information for identifying a target customer, and the server provides for each customer identified by the information for identifying the customer. Created a privilege database for each privilege identified by the information identifying the privilege, registering a new privilege from the person who provides the privilege, and the customer himself / herself from the reception terminal. 2. The privilege providing service method according to claim 1, wherein the database is modified when the information such as the privilege use is received.
3. The privilege information registered in the server includes:
2. The privilege providing service method according to claim 1, further comprising customer identification information for identifying the customer.
4. The means for sending privilege information from the mobile terminal to the reception terminal displays the privilege information on the mobile terminal, and the reception terminal reads the privilege information displayed on the mobile terminal. The method of providing benefits described in 2.
5. The privilege information displayed on the mobile terminal includes:
The privilege providing service method according to claim 3, wherein the privilege providing service is represented by a two-dimensional code.
6. The privilege according to claim 1, wherein the means for inputting the privilege provided by the customer to the mobile terminal of the customer is to transmit privilege information registered in the server from the server to the mobile terminal. How to provide service.
7. The means for inputting the privilege information provided by the customer to his / her own mobile terminal is to input an image of the privilege information of the advertisement in which the benefit information is posted to the mobile terminal. How to provide benefits.
8. The advertisement in which the privilege information is posted includes advertisement identification information for identifying the advertisement, and the advertisement identification information is included in an image of the privilege information input to the mobile terminal. The privilege providing service method according to claim 7.
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