Quick Stats

Quick Stats

    You are here

    ConocoPhillips Approves Dresser Wayne POS

    The Nucleus Touch-screen POS system can be installed at Conoco, 76 and Phillips 66 fuel sites across the U.S.

    AUSTIN, Texas -- ConocoPhillips approved the Dresser Wayne Nucleus point-of-sale (POS) system for implementation at Conoco, 76, and Phillips 66 fuel sites and convenience stores across the United States, the vendor reported.

    "The Nucleus POS system is a powerful tool. It's enhanced merchandising capabilities can help to promote higher profit margin sales," Steven Van Vlack, Dresser Wayne POS sales specialist, said in a released statement. "Its intuitive interface makes it easy for store employees to use, and its all-inclusive price and durable infrared screen help to reduce total-cost-of-ownership."

    Dresser Wayne is offering discounts for Nucleus POS-system installations through Dec. 31, 2010, to facilitate adoption of the Nucleus POS system as ConocoPhillips retailers upgrade POS systems to comply with Payment Application Data Security Standards (PA-DSS) and install POS systems at newly built sites, the vendor stated.

    The Nucleus POS system is compatible with numerous fuel-dispenser brands, including non-Dresser Wayne dispensers, and supports revenue generation with sophisticated merchandising functionality, such as discount combinations and loyalty programs, according to the company.

    Related Content

    Related Content