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Cybera recently announced the hiring of Chris Wolff as the company's vice president of alternate channel sales.

FRANKLIN, Tenn. -- Cybera recently announced the hiring of Chris Wolff as the company's vice president of alternate channel sales. Wolff has been tasked with expanding Cybera's sales through the development of key partnerships and relationships that further enhance the company's market presence and...

Preston named vice president of sales for North American

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- KSS, a major supplier of fuels pricing analytics, execution and optimization systems to the oil and gas, convenience store, grocery and big-box retail industries, has appointed Alan Preston to the role of vice president sales for North America. Preston comes to KSS from SAP,...

Unisys to provide support services to 470 outlets

TORONTO -- Unisys Corp. has announced that its Canadian subsidiary, Unisys Canada, has won a contract from NEC Corp. of America to provide outsourced IT support services for 470 7-Eleven retail convenience stores throughout Canada. The Unisys contract is valued at approximately $6 million (U.S.)...

Hackers break into Citibank's network of c-store cash machines.
Offering POS solution for small-format convenience, fuel retailers
New deal extends technology's reach throughout retailer's operations.
Website helps consumers calculate gas savings
Gilbarco wins 2008 Microsoft Partner Excellence Award for Passport
Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Patriot Capital announce leasing program
Will participate in key standards setting body protecting payment cardholder data

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