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February 02, 2023 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Self-service, assisted-service and semi-assisted-service within ONE compact device.
November 21, 2023 | by Nino Hörttrich
Fuel and convenience retailers want to create seamless, self-service-driven experiences for fueling, charging, shopping, dining and more with solutions that connect all segments, enabling flexible deployments.
October 31, 2023 | by Bernd Kraus
The role of the fuel station has quickly emerged from a ‘petrol dispensing area’ to an access point for a whole range of convenience services that make customers’ lives easier. Learn how the forecourt plays a key role in improving the customer experience and opertional efficiency of a gas station.
September 05, 2023 | by Diebold Nixdorf
In today’s 24/7 non-stop digitized economy, system downtime is pretty close to a deadly sin. Or at least a costly sin. Business continuity in the retail store is crucial for higher revenues, loyal customers, and efficient store staff.
February 23, 2022 | by Reint Jan Holterman
There is a way to work smarter, not harder, to ensure your retail solutions are meeting consumers’ quickly evolving expectations. In this blog we explore two key areas where a new perspective can make a huge difference: digitalization of the c-store, and reducing friction in your store operations.
February 23, 2022 | by Diebold Nixdorf
Vynamic FCx streamlines your forecourt and c-store operations. Combining online with offline, and with dedicated cloud services for convenience and food-2-go, Vynamic FCx lets you adapt to new consumer trends quickly.
September 20, 2021 | by Wolfgang Künkler
Sustainability is a crucial part of many retailers’ strategic agendas. Offering electric vehicle (EV) charging to consumers and staff can be a key differentiator—but how can you ensure success?
May 06, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
Many fuel retailers fostered brand loyalty by handing out dedicated fuel cards and fleet cards, offering the possibility to accrue loyalty points for each liter or gallon of fuel purchased. These points could then be spent on non-fuel items in the store. With the shift in focus from fuel to convenience, the relevancy of these type of fuel-centric loyalty programs is evaporating. Fuel retailers must look for other ways to keep customers coming back, and to distinguish themselves.
April 06, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
There’s a transformation taking place in the Fuel & Convenience retail market. It’s not just the energy transition from oil-based fuel to synthetic e-fuel, it is also the transition in focus from the forecourt to the c-store. We are witnessing c-stores increasingly becoming part of a larger retail trend, and we’re seeing grocery and convenience retailers growing “towards each other”.