Independent multi-site retailers are always looking for ways to cut costs and maximize profits from their inventory. They also need to guard against potential cyber attacks. It’s important that they embrace changing customer expectations and the ever-expanding number of new digital technologies that are redefining the retail experience.
That was the situation facing Pic-n-Pac (PnP) Owner and Operator Phil Wuest. Pic-n-Pac is a privately held, family owned and operated business. It started back in 1964 with its first convenience store. Wuest currently oversees 16 locations serving customers in Guadalupe, Comal, and Caldwell counties in south-central Texas.
Together Acumera’s customer team and Pic-n-Pac developed a game plan that enabled the owner/operator to hand off his network design, security, and support to Acumera.
Scaling network management and security to support Jacksons’ expansion for 90-250 locations: Jacksons needed a network security and management partner who could support critical network security and connectivity requirements as they grew.
Bravo Fuel, a regional convenience store operator and Valero dealer, was looking for a way to improve network security and reliability, without dramatically increasing its costs. In addition, the Bravo Fuel team needed a better system for resolving technology and connectivity issues at its remote locations …