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TULSA, Okla. -- Git-n-Go Corp. yesterday reached a deal with Arlington, Texas-based Pinnacle to implement the technology firm's Palm POS and Journal Manager systems throughout Git-n-Go's 120 convenience stores. Pinnacle will also provide interfaces to Git-n-Go's credit authorization network and price-book application.
Tulsa, Okla.-based Git-n-Go owns and operates convenience stores throughout Oklahoma and Missouri. Company Executive Vice President Robert Starkey said he chose Pinnacle based on the company's ability to provide leading-edge automation technology specifically designed for the convenience store industry. Pinnacle's Palm POS system is the industry leader in open-architecture point-of-sale functionality and installations.
"Pinnacle's people and products support Git-n-Go's initiatives to bring world-class efficiencies and functionality's into our stores," Starkey said. "We are truly excited about the future of our organization and believe that Pinnacle's systems will play a key role in helping Git-n-Go surpass its operational expectations."
"Git-n-Go's objectives to streamline its store operations, enhance customer service and achieve maximum efficiencies are an outstanding fit with Pinnacle's technologies," said Jeff Whittle, executive vice president of Pinnacle. "We look forward to helping Git-n-Go realize significant improvements in the way its stores do business."