Convenience Store Products Magazine
The word insight is one of the most misused and misunderstood terms in marketing, but it’s also one.
Tech firm releases Dual WAN failover app to maximize network availability
Customers will be able to pay for fuel, goods, services at Chevron, Texaco with iPhone
Mismatched dispenser, price sign, credit-card charges stop c-store from selling fuel
Build stores around elevated foodservice, customer experience, say CBX, Insight
The history of technological advancement shows that once we experience progress, we never like returning to the status quo. One of my favorite examples of this is a significant western states convenience retailer that began reviewing sales margins by item multiple times per day.
Will serve as over-the-road fleet fueling card partner
For c-store retailers, the allure of messaging fuel-only customers with enticing in-store deals has undeniable appeal. However, those beacons are pinging into nowhere—at least for now.
With EMV (EuroPay, MasterCard and Visa) timelines quickly approaching the convenience-store and retail-petroleum industries, POS system providers, pump providers and merchants are preparing for the October 2015 liability shift for in-store systems and the October 2017 liability shift for automated fuel dispensers. As retailers become acquainted with EMV and the needed system enhancements to support EMV, they soon learn that EMV can be a time-intensive and costly endeavor.
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