|Shopping cart||Quantity of items contained in the shopping cart|
|Total spend||Total amount spent on the purchase|
|Spend on specific items||Total amount spent on specific items in the purchase|
|Location ID||Identifier of the location (branch) where the purchase occurred|
|POS ID||Identifier of the POS "terminal" where the purchase occurred|
|Purchase tags||Tags sent by the POS for a purchase (depends on what the POS sends)|
|No. identified members||Number of members that identified on this purchase|
|Order type||Type of transaction such as take away, dine in, or delivery (depends on what the POS sends)|
|Purchase source type||Origin of the transaction such as POS, Website, or App (depends on what the POS sends)|
|Purchase source name||Integrator name, such as POS name (depends on how it's sent)|
|Mean of payment||Methods used to pay, such as credit card, points, cash, etc.
It can be used only when splitting into cases in rules and one-time activities.
This allows sending different actions based on probability. For example: when members have a birthday, send them a scratch card – 40% will receive a 15% off voucher while 60% will receive a free dessert.
Example 1: Member buys at least 1 coke
Example 2: Member spends at least $100
Example 3: Member spends at least $50 on appliances
Example 4: Member purchases at a specific location
Example 5: 50% of the members will get 50 points, 25% will get coffee, and 25% will get SMS.