STJ Retail to Attend and Present at FMI 2010

Posted On May 6th 2010, by Richard Cuttler
 

STJ Retail will be attending and presenting at the FMI 2010 conference Las Vegas, Nevada from May 10th to 13th. The conference, which is held each spring, is an industry leading event that showcases emerging opportunities, delivers consumer insights through thought provoking research and education, and fosters industry collaboration and community.


STJ Retail will be presenting a highly interactive education session entitled “Overview of the EMV and Payments Landscape”. This session will provide an introduction to the complex world of retail payments as well as address the top 10 questions received from U.S. retailers over the past year. Additionally, STJ will participate in two breakfast panel discussions on May 11th and 12th.


“Our team has made some exciting progress in the field of retail payments over the past 12 months and we are looking forward to sharing some of these advancements with our peers and also learning about their challenges and concerns in dealing with this turbulent retail environment”, stated Dave Mahr, V.P. – Sales and Marketing at STJ Retail.

About STJ Retail  

STJ Retail has been providing innovative solutions to the retail marketplace for over 15 years. STJ is aligned with several major hardware manufacturers and offers both augmentation services and / or turnkey solutions, including 7x24 hour help desk. In addition to having extensive legacy systems experience, the firm is also known for its IBM 4690 and retail payments expertise. STJ has two leading products: EFT Plus™, which addresses Chip and PIN compliance internationally and Petro Plus™, a complete fuel management solution that works seamlessly in the 4690 environment. Currently, STJ is delivering a variety of retail solutions in 15 countries worldwide.


About Food Marketing Institute  

Food Marketing Institute (FMI) conducts programs in public affairs, food safety, research, education and industry relations on behalf of its 1,500 member companies - food retailers and wholesalers - in the United States and around the world. FMI's U.S. members operate approximately 26,000 retail food stores and 14,000 pharmacies. Their combined annual sales volume of $680 billion represents three-quarters of all retail food store sales in the United States. FMI's retail membership is composed of large multi-store chains, regional firms and independent supermarkets. Its international membership includes 200 companies from more than 50 countries. FMI's associate members include the supplier partners of its retail and wholesale members.