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Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Adds Internet communication option to card processing through EchoSat

NAPERVILLE, Ill. -- Clark Brands has added a high-speed internet communication option to its credit card processing platforms. Offered with its preferred vendor, EchoSat Communications Group, Lexington, Ky., Clark's Internet Communication Program allows retailers to use a secure Internet connection...

Retailer adopts GSPSurveyor to manage site data

CLEARWATER, Fla. -- In an effort to tailor store-level marketing activity to the diverse needs of its 550 locations, Wawa Inc. has adopted GSPSurveyor for building and maintaining a site-specific database of store attributes. Wawa will use GSPSurveyor from GSP Marketing Technologies Inc. to create...

Delivers integrated solutions for wholesale fuels industry

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. -- KSS, a provider of retail and wholesale pricing automation and optimization solutions, said it has been invited to join the recently announced SAP Industry Value Network (IVN) for oil and gas as an Independent Software Vendor member. This follows the recent certification of...

Overturf succeeds Sanders
Technology-standards group launches processing, lottery projects
New partners will work with Pinnacle to improve functionality
Payments firm makes Forbes' 25 fastest-growing technology companies list.
PCATS members chip away at technical standards to keep data flowing
Town Pump Inc. has selected Pinnacle's Palm POS as its go-forward point-of-sale (POS) platform for its chain of 81 convenience stores and travel centers.
Retalix announced an alliance with Postilion Inc. to deliver an integrated commercial fueling solution for travel centers and an open-systems payment switch.

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