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DALLAS -- Software solution provider Retalix Ltd. formed a worldwide partnership with IBM, to deliver combined software, hardware and services solutions to petroleum and convenience store retailers of all sizes, Retalix stated.
"Whether retailers are operating hundreds of sites or just a few stations, they can benefit from the combination of IBM point-of-sale hardware and services with Retalix's industry-tailored software solutions," Steve Ladwig, general manager of IBM Retail Store Solutions, said in a statement. "Retailers using both IBM and Retalix solutions can enhance customer service levels, lower overall operating costs and reward loyal customers by delivering targeted promotions either in the store or at the pump."
The companies will jointly market and implement technology solutions based on Retalix software applications, which are designed to support the specific needs of petroleum and convenience retailers, the company stated.
"Retalix and IBM share a rich track record of addressing the needs of petroleum and convenience retailers, which made it natural to expand our cooperation into a joint worldwide go-to-market strategy," Barry Shaked, president and CEO of Retalix, said in a statement. "The expansion of our existing technology partnership and reseller agreements underscores the increased value Retalix and IBM bring to customers by delivering tailored software solutions on IBM hardware with support from IBM Global Services and other partners around the world."
IBM also recently announced it will work with StoreNext Retail Technologies LLC, a subsidiary of Retalix, to market pre-packaged retail solutions powered by IBM point-of-sale systems for independent retailers and regional chains in both the grocery and convenience retail segments, the company stated.