Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Retail shapeshifter opens doors with new technology suited for independents

MILPITAS, Calif. -- Since diving into the U.S. convenience store business with a single store nearly 30 years ago, Jag Kapoor's store count has multiplied to more than 40, mainly through acquisition. His latest venture—the creation and subsequent launch of a retail-management technology for small...

Chain updating websites with more bells, whistles, fresher look

DALLAS -- Internet surfers clicking onto the 7-Eleven website this week were met with a placeholder page noting that "a new and improved website is just around the corner." 7-Eleven is renovating its website with a move to a new platform and an update of various facts, statistics and information. "...

Suppliers talk new products, new business

GRAPEVINE, Texas -- Even as tradeshow booths began coming down and cable-TV celebrities from the Discovery Channel series Mythbusters told humorous anecdotes to retailer attendees at the closing session of the 13th annual NACStech conference last week in Grapevine, Texas, information about new...

Digital signage firm's new facility designed to serve c-store industry.
Suppliers showcase upgrades, new products
The FTC and the Technology Law & Public Policy clinic at the University of Washington Law School will host a free, public town hall meeting on July 24.
PCI rules, finer technology points dominate show-floor talk
Retailer seeks tech support for image upgrade
NACStech sessions reveal scannable text-based coupons, project-management advice
Shell Coolband program leverages Cybera