ConocoPhillips Approves Nucleus POS System
Published in CSP Daily News
Dresser Wayne offering installation incentives through end of year
HOUSTON -- ConocoPhillips has approved the Dresser Wayne Nucleus point-of-sale (POS) system for implementation at Conoco, 76 and Phillips 66 fuel sites across the United States. ConocoPhillips-branded sites can now benefit from the popular Nucleus POS system's touchscreen interface, simple usability and advanced merchandising features.
"The Nucleus POS system is a powerful tool. It's enhanced merchandising capabilities can help to promote higher profit margin sales," said Steven Van Vlack, Dresser Wayne POS sales specialist. "Its intuitive interface makes it easy for [image-nocss] store employees to use, and its all-inclusive price and durable infrared screen help to reduce total-cost-of-ownership. We're extremely excited about the possibilities it presents for ConocoPhillips sites."
Dresser Wayne is offering discounts for Nucleus POS-system installations through December 31, 2010. The incentive program facilitates adoption of the Nucleus POS system as ConocoPhillips retailers upgrade POS systems to comply with Payment Application Data Security Standards (PA-DSS) and install POS systems at newly built sites.
The Nucleus POS system is compatible with numerous fuel-dispenser brands, including non-Dresser Wayne dispensers. It also supports revenue generation with sophisticated merchandising functionality, such as discount combinations and loyalty programs.
Austin, Texas-based Dresser Wayne is one of the largest business units of Dresser Inc. and a global leader in the design, manufacture and servicing of fuel dispensers and fueling forecourt technology.
ConocoPhillips is an international, integrated energy company with interests around the world. Headquartered in Houston, the company has approximately 29,900 employees, $155 billion of assets, and $179 billion of annualized revenues as of March 31, 2010.