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Petrosoft’s CEO explains why Internet of Things is important for retailing industry

Internet of Things becomes more and more of a necessity for retailers, as it helps them embed the physical devices with electronics, software, and sensors, enabling a seamless data flow.

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Petrosoft and SAP are making digital transformation intelligent

Digital Transformation is the trend to follow nowadays. If it’s done smart, it is a sure path to success and customer enablement that allows companies to understand data, compare results, and make accurate predictions.

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What Maverik, Wawa, And Zenput Had To Say About Enterprise Digital Transformation

It’s hard to remember that over 20 years ago cell phones were mainly used for emergency purposes and looked like walkie-talkies; think the Nokia 9000 which was one of the first mobile “great communication enablers.” In 1996, Hotmail’s free email service was introduced, growing from zero to 30 million active users in 2.5 years, which of course was used to exchange “important” and countless cat pictures. In 1999, one of the first free SaaS collaboration tools was launched, MSN Messenger, which grew to 300 million global users by 2011 while Hotmail grew to 350 million global users by that same year. As a cloud c-store technology provider who started to develop its first SaaS solutions during the late 1990s, Petrosoft is well aware of the limitations of mobile and SaaS during this period as well as the advancements in technology over the next decade.

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South Central C-Store 2016 Facts and Stats

The South Central region spans across 5 states including Arkansas, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, New Mexico, and Texas. NACS reports a store count of 24,498 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 14% non-fuel stores.

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Northeast C-Store 2016 Facts and Stats

The Northeast region spans across 14 states including Connecticut, Delaware, DC, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia, and West Virginia. NACS reports a store count of 32,761 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 32% non-fuel stores.

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Southeast C-Store 2016 Facts and Stats

The Southeast region spans across 7 states including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee. NACS reports a store count of 37,645 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 14% non-fuel stores.

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Central C-Store 2016 Facts and Stats

The Central region spans across 10 states including Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, and Missouri. NACS reports a store count of 13,363 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 8% non-fuel stores.

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West C-Store 2016 Facts and Stats

The West region spans across 9 states including Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington. NACS reports a store count of 22,433 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 26% non-fuel stores.

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The Global Retail Theft Barometer 2014-2015 Report

Checkpoint Systems and The Smart Cube jointly produced The Global Retail Theft Barometer 2014-2015 report. The research is in its 14th year.

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NRF Retail Security Survey 2016

National Retail Federation (NRF) and Dr. Richard Hollinger of the University of Florida jointly conducted a survey to develop and analyze retail loss prevention benchmarks. The research is in its 25th year.

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Midwest C-Store 2016 Facts and Stats

The Midwest region spans across 6 states including Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, and Michigan and NACS reports a store count of 23,495 stores ranging from single stores to 501+ store chains with approximately 15% non-fuel stores.

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