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BURNABY, British Columbia -- Mac's convenience stores, a subsidiary of Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc., partnered with Info Touch Technologies Corp. and Compaq Canada Corp. to roll out 50 e-services terminals across Alberta, British Columbia.
The deal marks the expansion of Mac's e-services kiosk network following the successful roll out of an earlier pilot project where the kiosk terminals were responsible for increased store sales, said Dave Cowley, Mac's senior category manager. .
Info Touch offers Mac's customers' access to a new class of e-services applications. The kiosk program is a key component of Mac's Store 2000 concept offering a selection of differentiated products together with traditional convenience store goods.
"We are pleased with Info Touch's performance in helping Macs shape the Store 2000 concept with emphasis on customers' convenience and bottom-line profitability," Cowley said. "The e-services expansion program falls well within our business model to venture innovation solutions and promote incremental growth."
ACT operates 1,921 stores in Canada and the United States.