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Prelim | March 21, 2022
Prelim, a fintech provider optimizing digital banking experiences for financial institutions, announced its newest partnership with Epos Now, a global software and payments technology company that specializes in digital Point of Sale systems (POS). Prelim’s flexible low code solution will allow Epos Now to offer an enhanced digital experience, simplifying financial services onboarding for small businesses around the world.
Epos Now, a leading cloud-based software provider su...
FORM | July 20, 2021
FORM, the leading field execution platform for enterprise teams, announced today the acquisition of ShelfWise. This leading image recognition platform uses artificial intelligence to recognize products and prices on retail shelves, providing brands with more accurate store data in near real-time. FORM and ShelfWise will collaborate to create the world's leading integrated task management and image recognition platform, making in-store data collection faster, easier, and more reliable. ShelfW...
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Dover Fueling Solutions, Tokheim | May 13, 2021
Dover Fueling Solutions ("DFS"), a subsidiary of Dover and a leading global provider of advanced customer-focused technology, services, and solutions in the fuel and convenience retail industries, has launched DX Retail, a component of the DFS DX connected solutions platform. DX Retail provides retail fueling owners with various site locations with a highly versatile and intuitive system that allows them to centrally control and upgrade their Tokheim Fuel point-of-sale (POS) systems.
Fandago, Walmart | April 21, 2020
Fandango Media LLC, the California-based company that sells movie tickets online, has agreed to buy the on-demand video streaming service Vudu Inc. from Walmart. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, TheStreet reported. Vudu, which was acquired by Walmart in 2010 for $100 million, distributes movies and TV shows to internet-enabled devices. “We will continue to invest in areas where we have the greatest strength and are in the best position to serve our customers today and in the future,&r...
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