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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 20, 2021 | by Juergen Manske
Efficient, optimized checkout solutions can underpin sustainability initiatives, especially when they’re designed with sustainability at the forefront throughout every phase of the product lifecycle—from product planning, development, production, logistics, operation, service and maintenance to the return and recycling of the POS.
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”.
February 02, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
Refuse to be held hostage by your IT supplier—demand true flexibility in checkout solutions!
January 12, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
Modern loyalty programs will be a critical tool for retailers to gather the information that will enable them to create personalized journeys which go beyond the “earn and burn” discount programs of the past.
January 07, 2021 | by Reint Jan Holterman
As we all know, “the times, they are a-changin” and retailers will have to support new types of journeys in 2021 that acknowledge the reduction in physical interactions between consumers and staff while in store,
December 17, 2020 | by Diebold Nixdorf
This was the year of reinvention. That meant rapid adaptation and adoption of digital technologies for retailers. Explore the top 10 insights that defined 2020 from Diebold Nixdorf.
November 11, 2020 | by Reint Jan Holterman
Beat consumers’ expectations with self-service solutions that are “always on”
September 30, 2020 | by Matt Redwood
As a result of the pandemic, many retailers discovered that they lacked the IT agility to implement changes swiftly and effectively, illuminating a challenge that the industry must address so it can thrive moving forward: the need for an open, flexible infrastructure that can adapt to rapidly evolving customer journeys.