Buc-ee’s, Aloha, Quality Oil, Maverik, Mid-Atlantic and Holiday Stationstores among first place winners in a variety of categories. After more than 60 nominations and several weeks of deliberation, the results for PDI’s second annual Doing Business Electronically awards are in. Quality Oil Co., Maverik, Mid-Atlantic Convenience Stores, Holiday Stationstores, and joint entrants Buc-ee’s and Aloha
PDI provides software, hardware, and professional services to multi-unit convenience retailers and wholesale petroleum marketers. Worldwide, approximately 350 companies operating more than 23,000 locations rely on PDI’s systems for retail automation, supply-chain management, business intelligence, financial reporting, and employee selection and training. PDI’s flagship product, PDI/Enterprise, reflects the best practices of over 250 PDI customers.
Approximately 80 Professional Datasolutions Inc. (PDI) customers and guests gathered on May 4 and 5 in New Orleans to participate in the PDI Idea Exchange. This event marked the 18th year PDI’s customers have joined to discuss newly released products and to review PDI’s product roadmap and development priorities. In addition to gaining customer feedback
PDI and Acumera have entered into a joint marketing and technology development agreement to optimize the deployment and use of Acumera’s advanced managed network services. “Acumera’s network integration services connect all store systems to a secure, PCI-compliant broadband network to reduce telecommunications costs and simplify remote support,” said Dirk Heinen, CEO and co-founder of Acumera.
Professional Datasolutions Inc. (PDI) offers a wide array of services to assist customers in taking advantage of PDI/Enterprise, a complete network-centric software system that allows convenience, wholesale petroleum and foodservice operations to do business electronically. It was designed with input from more than 250 PDI customers. When choosing any backoffice software provider, both Quinn Ricker,
SKU SLEUTH … Rick Cosmer, vice president of retail sales and operations at Mansfield Oil Co. in Georgia, has found cutting-edge back-office systems can offer huge payoffs in terms of data analysis and sales tracking. Cosmer said the most powerful piece of his system allows him to drill down J.D. to individual products to determine