PHILADELPHIA -- Stuzo, a provider of personalized and predictive commerce solutions for the convenience and fuel-retail industry, has offered a vision of the suburban convenience-store of the future.
In this futuristic reimagination of the entire c-store experience, Stuzo explores how advancements in self-driving cars, facial recognition, electric vehicles and more could affect suburban convenience stores by 2025. It provides one example of how changing consumer behavior and advances in automobile and retail technology could change c-stores from the the traditional model today, personalizing them to allow for a different interaction with every consumer.
The suburban store concept is a follow-up to Stuzo's Urban Convenience 2025 video, which it revealed at the Money 20/20 conference in October 2017 in Las Vegas, and is part of a four-part series demonstrating how software could power convenience, fuel and stores providing electric energy.
Philadelphia-based Stuzo's software and solutions help convenience stores launch or manage mobile payments, mobile loyalty programs, mobile ordering capabilities, programs to increase employee engagement and geo-targeted offers. In an exclusive arrangement with CSP, Stuzo shares its digital ranking of 100 convenience-store chains, measuring their digital presence, including mobile commerce, connected car, website and social media. Click here for the latest profile.
Here is the video of Stuzo's convenience store of 2025:
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