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​Kiwi tech firm partners up to secure Speedway US contract

​Kiwi tech firm partners up to secure Speedway US contract

New Zealand tech company secures contract to supply leading technology to nearly 3000 Speedway stores across the United States.

New Zealand headquartered Invenco has secured a cornerstone contract through its partner NCR to supply NCR branded OPTIC self-service outdoor payment terminals to US based fuel and convenience store retailer, Speedway.

Speedway is the second largest self-service convenience retailer in the US with 2,770 stores spanning 22 states, and is the latest high profile petroleum retailer to see the benefit in the New Zealand-engineered technology.

As a global leader in self-service payment technology, Invenco continues to provide leadership in the outdoor self-service payment space, pioneering cost new solutions from the company’s international headquarters in Auckland.

“The contract with Speedway represents another win through our OEM partner NCR, placing New Zealand squarely at the forefront of self-service payment technologies,” says Gavin Lennox, CEO, Invenco.

Off the back of being ranked seventh on the TIN 100 Technology Companies to Watch list in 2015, Lennox says Invenco is poised to see “monumental growth”, adding additional jobs for kiwis as a result of the Speedway contract through local research and design offices.

“The Invenco designed and engineered NCR OPTIC outdoor payment terminal is a modular, self-service solution that includes in its standard configuration an EMV-ready device with a touch screen, contactless reader (including mobile phones), 2D barcode scanner and mag stripe reader,” Lennox explains.

Lennox says the open technology platform allows customers complete customisation of loyalty programmes and purchase-at-pump applications to drive increased efficiencies at the forecourt.


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