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Chevron Taps Stuzo for Mobile Commerce Platform

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PLEASANTON, Calif. — Chevron and Texaco are tapping Stuzo for mobile commerce applications.

  • San Ramon, Calif.-based Chevron’s ExtraMile stores are No. 9 in CSP's 2020 Top 202 list of convenience stores by store count.

Stuzo, based in Philadelphia, is launching a mobile commerce platform, including iOS and Android mobile commerce apps, for the Chevron and Texaco brands. The tech company is also including mobile payment capabilities in the platform, including digital-first payment methods, the Chevron and Texaco private-label credit cards and recently, the addition of open-loop cards, which can be redeemed most anywhere.

“As one of the largest fuel retail brands in the world, we strive to provide streamlined fueling experiences for our consumers,” said Maria Melo, digital innovation manager for Chevron USA Inc. “We’re making mobile payments more available, adding more ways for our consumers to personalize their experience and making our innovative mobile apps with fueling payment options more accessible to a broader audience. We are happy to be working with Stuzo on these mission-critical initiatives.”

Most Chevron and Texaco stations in the network can process mobile payments through the apps. Compatible with all iOS and Android devices, the Chevron and Texaco apps are available in the Apple App Store and Google Play.

“We remain committed to helping Chevron accelerate their business by empowering their mobile consumers with options to reduce physical contact when paying for fuel at the pump and to personalize and streamline the fueling experience,” said Gunter Pfau, founder and CEO of Stuzo.

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