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ATLANTA -- Radiant Systems Inc. and Wawa Inc. reached an agreement to deploy Radiant point-of-sale (POS) and related technology to more than 570 c-stores.
"We are looking to improve the customer experience and grow," Howard Stoeckel, president and chief executive officer at Wawa, said in a released statement. "We view Radiant as a key enabler to these strategic initiatives."
The relationship dates back to 2001 when Radiant began providing self-service technology for Wawa's industry-leading food offering. These earlier platforms included as many as five customer-activated terminals per site.
The latest platform extends Radiant technology to the traditional point of sale as well as fuel controllers and above-store management software. Mark Schoen, president of the global petroleum and convenience retail division at Radiant Systems, explained that
Wawa's revamped Radiant POS includes speed-of-service, data and credit card security, speed to market of marketing programs, system uptime and total cost of ownership.
"Wawa is a true industry leader, defining what the convenience retail experience will look like for years to come," Schoen said in a released statement. "We are proud to expand our relationship with one of the industry's most remarkable brands, as we work together to do more for the consumer both in the store and at the fuel dispenser."