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05/25/2021

BP streamlines store systems management

Dan Berthiaume
Senior Editor, Technology
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A global fuel retailer is reducing the operational complexity associated with managing thousands of retail sites. 

BP is expanding a multi-year, managed services partnership with Diebold Nixdorf to provide an integrated solution comprised of hardware, software, and managed services. The retailer will leverage the Diebold Nixdorf DN AllConnect Services offering globally to help ensure availability of its site systems at more than 17,000 locations worldwide. 

As part of the managed services agreement, BP also sought to make its in-store payment channels more agile, efficient and fully integrated with its digital experience by deploying the AEVI Motion global payment platform at thousands of locations across key European markets. This enables BP to consolidate its omnichannel payment infrastructure into a single solution and move to a cloud-based payment platform.

“Diebold Nixdorf’s managed services enable us to bring greater automation to our retail sites across the globe,” said Marco Ryan, senior VP, digital customers & markets, BP. “Their integrated solutions, combined with their expertise in the fuel and convenience industry, make them the ideal partner to help drive our transformation journey. We look forward to collaborating with them further to accelerate and underpin our consumer-centric journeys, innovation and operational excellence.”

“Our objective is to equip our customers with innovative, consumer-centric solutions that meet the unique demands of the fuel and convenience industry,” said Hermann Wimmer, senior VP, global retail, Diebold Nixdorf. “We’re proud to continue our partnership with BP as we help them advance their offerings to simplify processes across multiple countries and enhance the consumer experience at their fuel and convenience stores.”