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Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Ranked as one of fastest growing tech companies

HOUSTON -- Petroleum-industry software firm FuelQuest has again been placed on The Houston Business Journal's Fast Tech 50 list. The Fast Tech 50 Awards, which were handed out in November, are presented to 50 of the fastest-growing Houston-based high-tech businesses. Founded in 1999, FuelQuest has...

Will offer returned check collection services to membership

DENVER -- eCashflow Systems LLC, a division of ePayments Corp., has signed an agreement with the National Association of Convenience Stores (NACS) to provide returned check collection (RCK) services to the retail trade association's members. Under terms of the agreement, NACS members will be able...

Satellite, web EFT services available to Clark licensees, dealers

NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Clark Brands LLC has selected EchoSat Communications, Lexington, Ky., as a preferred vendor for satellites and Internet processing services. Under the terms of a joint marketing agreement executed by the two companies, EchoSat's satellite services and Internet-based EFT...

Expands with self-service product line
Remote stores to benefit from optimized bandwidth utilization
NCR will outsource production of ATM in the Americas and shuffle the manufacturing of ATMs among its overseas plants to save money.
AAA online travel planner to list local stations
EarthLink vet brings ops, IT experience to networking company
Deal includes monitoring, maintenance, management services
R.L. Jordan Oil Co.'s Hot Spots convenience stores have deployed Precidia Technologies Inc.'s POSLynx220 product.

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