Guest Column | November 26, 2013

Convenience Stores' Small Footprint Doesn't Mean Small Technology Needs

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By David J. Gosman, CEO, pcAmerica

Convenience stores are the go-to source for people who need to make a quick stop for milk, eggs, or a Sunday newspaper. They’re smaller than the average grocery store and carry mainly the staples, but that doesn’t mean their technology needs are small as well.

There are several technologies that all VARs should make sure they introduce to convenience store owners, many of whom depend on their employees to maintain inventory levels, check IDs for age-restricted items, and understand the store’s loyalty programs. This is a tall order for people to take on and perform accurately, so having a POS system that offers these functions can help a convenience store owner protect their business while saving time and money.

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