Technology

Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Littlejohn & Co. aims to boost provider of cash-management systems in a changing market

CARROLLTON, Texas -- Tidel, a provider of cash-management systems and robbery-deterrent products for convenience stores and other industries, has been acquired by private investment firm Littlejohn & Co. LLC, located in Greenwich, Conn. Tidel’s smart-safe products are used to automate cash...

Partnership provides users with added POS security

ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Pinnacle Corp., a supplier of technology automation solutions for convenience stores and fuel inventory management, is partnering with Bluefin Payment Systems to provide Bluefin’s point-to-point encryption (P2PE) solution through Pinnacle’s Palm POS platform. Bluefin’s P2PE...

Retailer marks the first of Pinnacle’s clients switching to PDI

LAS VEGAS -- Terrible Herbst named PDI as its enterprise resource planning (ERP) software provider, having been a customer of The Pinnacle Corporation since 2003. Terrible Herbst is the first of more than 100 of Arlington, Texas-based Pinnacle’s clients due to change providers since PDI acquired...

Recent announcements focus on mobile pay and Wi-Fi availability

Outdoor compliance moving forward

Owners can pay for gas from the driver’s seat at Shell stations

The pilot program will kick off this year in select markets

Is this a look into the retailer's future?

Unit leans on technology on the heels of Amazon’s smart c-store test

How the convenience-store retailer is clicking, riding and flying its way to customers

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