Technology news affecting the convenience store industry

Cashless payments to speed transactions

PADUCAH, Ky. Customers at Cheers Food and Fuel stores in Kentucky and Express Mart-Arnold in Missouri can use new cashless technology to pay for their purchases. Both retailers have added technology from BioPay LLC, Herndon, Va., in their stores to give their check-writing, credit- and debit-card...

Topaz/Sapphire POS added to 1,000 sites

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- VeriFone Holdings Inc., a provider of payment solutions, has installed more than 2,000 Topaz/Sapphire integrated point-of-sale (POS) systems for Valero Energy Corp., one of the nation's largest retail operators with more than 4,700 retail and branded wholesale sites in the...

West Des Moines site provide central location

IRVINE, Calif. -- Westec InterActive, an intelligent video-monitoring services company, has signed a long-term lease with R & R Realty to open a new facility in West Des Moines, Iowa.Westec, Irvine, Calif., will open a new Visual Communications Center (VCC) for remote monitoring services for...

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PRI doubles with Notiva merger
Brookshire Grocery Co. has selected FuelQuest's Fuel Management System (FMS) to automate its fuel operations.
FusionPoint by TNS to provide connectivity, data services, monitoring, VoIP
Powers retailers rewards program
Wayne Nucleus POS offers broadband payment service
Deal offers retailers more foodservice options