The latest news on innovation in the fuel retail and convenience store industry.
For more than 40 years, the point-of-sale machine (POS) has dominated retail. However today, retail commerce is shifting to mobile.
While most consumers today likely view bitcoin, bitcoin cash and alternatives such as Ethereum and Litecoin as assets, some payments companies in the past couple of months have announced plans for consumers to more easily use cryptocurrencies as payment, and merchants to accept them.
The convenience store industry continues to evolve and where it ends up as robotics and personalized delivery gain traction is anyone’s guess. But one thing for sure is that how customers feel about your brand and your services will likely determine where they make their purchases.
Go isn't necessarily a new concept, but Amazon's take on cashierless shopping brings with it questions about the future of retail, and changes the way consumers buy goods.
BP and United Airlines are now offering BP Driver Rewards and United MileagePlus members the option of earning and using miles on fuel purchases at participating BP U.S. retail locations.
How could retail ignore an opportunity of having infinite space within a 10x10-foot room? With virtual reality (VR), it’s possible to design, enter and test live realistic retail simulations.
Three of Japan's largest banks are coming together to push a new mobile payment system that will depend on QR codes, according to a report from the Nikkei Asian Review.
As convenience retailers labor to distinguish their foodservice program, some c-stores have added off-site delivery as part of the package.
Anyone focused on driving a seamless, rewarding retail customer experience knows one big part of the equation is the purchase experience. And, a big part in ensuring a satisfying purchase experience is providing whatever payment channel today's consumer prefers.
If convenience stores want to grow, they will need to increase their share of the foodservice market, including adding healthier options, according to a new consumer survey released today by global consulting firm AlixPartners.
Google has officially released the new Google Pay app for Android, which brings all of the company's payments platforms under one umbrella with a new name to replace Android Pay.