road ranger selects pinnacle

Chain turns to Palm POS as new platform.

Rockford, Ill.-based Road Ranger has selected Pinnacle Corp.’s Palm POS as its go forward POS platform for its unbranded, 59-unit chain of convenience stores and travel centers. Road Ranger chose Pinnacle’s Palm POS system for a number of reasons, including its productivity benefits, integration with back office applications and Pinnacle’s unique Symphony.pos

manager that delivers centralized management and control of remote Palm POS systems. Palm POS also supports Pinnacle’s Loyalink, a real-time, non-invasive customer loyalty management solution that allows Palm POS clients to efficiently drive a broad range of responsive consumer marketing and promotional programs.

“The Pinnacle Corp. was chosen based on the company’s track record in this market, our responsiveness and commitment to Road Ranger throughout their evaluation process, and our ability to support a number of capabilities and functions not provided by their current POS Company,” said John Cheneler, vice president of sales for Pinnacle. “Palm POS, in conjunction with Symphony.pos manager for remote management, and Pinnacle’s Loyalty solution including Loyalink, LoyalDebit and LoyalPay will provide Road Ranger with tools to be successful in their growth initiatives.”

All of Pinnacle’s loyalty solutions are built on a common databases and architecture designed to work in conjunction with one another or as a standalone solutions.

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