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EMV Compliance Procrastinators Get a Reprieve—But Spring is Just Around the Corner

The COVID-19 pandemic has put tremendous pressure on convenience stores and other fuel retailers to ensure the delivery of essential services.


Outsourcing IT lays groundwork for great guest experiences

Providing a rewarding experience for customers had already been growing increasingly important for restaurant operators before the pandemic hit.

But what makes the current retail opportunity different from pre-COVID is the market basket.

C-stores need new solutions to meet new consumer demands—find the tech investment that’s right for your store.

It’s the classic gameday conundrum: Nobody wants to watch the game without a cold beer or craveable snack in hand, yet devoted fans don’t want to miss a minute of the action while replenishing their supply of food and drinks.

Boasting more than 8,000 stores in North America alone, Circle K is one of the world’s largest fuel retailers.

Saving energy (and money) month after month through new technology and special programs is a promise that store operators have heard over and over again for a very long time.

Managing compliance paperwork is a headache for retailers large and small, with real risks that can potentially lead to disruptions in operations, shutdowns and loss of revenue.

Online ordering has long been a staple of the restaurant industry, but for many convenience stores, off-premise ordering and delivery remains a fairly novel concept.

The Source University training facility was specifically designed to help the fuel industry improve training in a safe environment.

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