FuelLogix, Impact 21 to Create Enhanced Training System
LEXINGTON, Ky. -- FuelLogix LLC and Impact 21 Group LLC have formed a partnership to integrate Impact 21's Business Alignment Strategies and Merchandise Management best practices with FuelLogix's Agility Pricebook solution. This will allow them to create an enhanced training and support system for FuelLogix' convenience retailers, the companies stated.
"By combining our leading technology solutions with the proven business automation practices from leading consultants and trainers, retailers will be the winners with tools at their fingertips to make accurate pricing and procurement decisions by leveraging our technology and the skills of Impact 21's team," said Randall Richardson, president and chief executive officer of FuelLogix. "This combination will be used by retailers to positively impact both merchandising and store profits." p> Agility is a retail automation platform that captures data and daily reporting from the point-of-sale through the auditing process to the financial statements. It is designed to be easy-to-use and provide retailers with a sophisticated, cost-effective and efficient solution across a web browser.
"Impact 21 Group uniquely combines business and technology strategies with real-world solutions to ensure retailers maximize their automation investments," stated Lisa Stewart, president of Impact 21 Group. "When our business strategies are combined with excellent software systems, retailers can rest assured they are making the right business decisions."
Impact 21 Group consists of a team of team of professional consultants with broad petroleum, convenience store and retail management expertise. Its business model focuses on leveraging retail automation and category management. Additionally, companies will garner a best practice approach to managing competing priorities through business alignment and change management across the organization, stated the company.
FuelLogix selected Impact 21 Group because of its long-term commitment to serving the c-store retailer, according to the announcement. It is a co-developer and facilitator of the NACS Category Management Framework and teaches retailers best practices for managing categories as strategic business units allowing retailers to meet specific customer needs for their products and services, according to the announcement.