GREENSBORO, N.C. — Gilbarco Veeder-Root has partnered with Crane Payment Innovations (CPI), a firm that specializes in cash processing and asset management software, to offer cash automation technology with the Passport Express Lane Self-Checkout system for convenience stores.
Through this partnership, CPI’s Paypod cash recycler hardware is available as an optional feature for Passport Express Lane. Cash remains an important aspect of the c-store environment with more than a quarter (28%) of all in-person transactions still paid in cash in the retail landscape.
“Many retailers expressed a desire to accept cash through self-checkout,” said Julia Collins, product manager for Gilbarco Veeder-Root. “We created Passport Express Lane specifically for convenience stores as a solution to deliver speed of service, address labor shortages and maximize purchase efficiencies.”
“Cash continues to be an indisputable aspect of daily convenience store operations. We believe this partnership will strengthen the success of any retailer’s Passport Express Lane self-checkout strategy,” said Curtis Hallowell, director of business development, CPI.
Integration with Paypod is now available with Passport software release version 21.02 and higher.
Greensboro, N.C.-based Gilbarco Veeder-Root specializes in retail and commercial fueling operations. Major product lines include fuel dispensers, pump media, point-of-sale systems, payment systems, tank gauges and fleet management systems.
CPI provides a suite of hardware, software and services for unattended retail, gaming, banking, hospitality and transportation markets worldwide. CPI headquarters are located in Malvern, Pa., with additional offices, manufacturing facilities, distribution and service centers worldwide.
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