April 2005
Convenience Store News;4/18/2005, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p70
Trade Publication
The article presents information on various recent developments related to retail trade. NCR Corp. and Excentus Corp., formerly CCISTech, will market a fully integrated fuel package as an additional feature option for the NCR Advanced Checkout solution software suite. Reward Fuel Controller from Excentus allows retailers to use a single POS terminal to ring up items, monitor pump activity and add fuel purchases to in-store sales. Big Apple Food Stores, which is owned by South Paris, Maine-based CM Brown Co., installed Qxpress 200 POS terminals from Q Comm international in its 90 c-store locations. The stores can now sell any of Q Comm's 50-plus prepaid services, including wireless minutes, prepaid long distance, dial tone, Internet, MasterCard and other services.


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