Texas officials have gone all privy with their reporting on skimmer-hit fuel sites, thanks to a new legislation that seeks to establish greater cooperation between local gas station owners and state regulators on the subject of data security at pumps. Continue reading
The U.S. has approximately 154,958 convenience stores all over the country. With such a staggeringly high number of stores across the nation, it’s no wonder that they’re posing as competition to retailers.
Located in several gas stations, convenience stores offer a range of prepared food and beverages that’s conveniently available to fuel customers. Continue reading
As the rate of gas consumption by motor vehicles continues to rise—amounting to over 145 billion gallons in a year—valuable insights become available for owners of gas stations and convenience stores alike. Continue reading
What constitute good customer service? Continue reading
Okay, Google, please tell me what is voice search exactly?
Voice search is a speech recognition technology that allows users to perform a search online by saying terms out loud rather than typing them into a search field. Continue reading
Sure, you do regularly observe the fuel delivery vehicle parked on your forecourt from your office window and keep a close eye on the driver when they’re delivering fuel into your various underground storage tanks. Continue reading
With all the recent headlines about skimmers turning at gas pumps, it’s hardly surprising to find fuel customers are concerned about the security of their financial data when paying for their fuel purchases through credit or debit card.
When your fuel customers stop to fill their tanks at your gas station, they expect that gas to get them to where they need to go. As a gas station owner, it’s then your responsibility to ensure that their expectations are met. Continue reading