Mach 1 convenience stores are improving their customer experience and store performance with NCR software and hardware, NCR Corporation said.
March 1 stores, spread in Illinois and Indiana, are using NCR P1530 POS terminals and RPOS Software. In addition, it is making use of NCR Pulse, a mobile application that delivers real time information to a store owner or manager’s smart phone or tablet when he or she is on- or off-site.
NCR said its Pulse helps March 1 to get information on key operational measures, including fuel operations and other key systems. In addition, Pulse monitors employee actions to better manage staffing levels and employee performance.
“With NCR POS solutions and Pulse, we’re able increase our speed of delivery and improve uptime, while closely monitoring our operations even when we’re on the go,” said Alan Meyer, Fuel Manager, Meyer Oil and Mach 1 stores.
Meanwhile, the NCR P1530 open platform include Intel Atom processor and a bright XGA LED color main display with a resistive or surface capacitive touch screen, lower power consumption and a reliable, stylish design.
In September, Nationwide Building Society selected NCR SelfServ 91 ATM to help transform its branch experience and banking services available on-line, on-mobile and via other digital channels. The company also bagged contract from Cumberland Building Society. Also in the month, Ohio Stadium deployed its NCR Venue Management solution.