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Considerations for Cutting the Wire in Convenience Stores

This recent bylined article for Convenience Store News shares key benefits of implementing wireless solutions for convenience store facilities. Below is a brief summary.

Seventy percent of facility management system wiring is used for networking and sensors. Wireless network solutions can be a powerful tool to help convenience stores reduce operating costs, easily accommodate store layout changes and provide secure facility data transmission.

Wireless solutions can range from a simple in-store temperature monitoring solution to a complex, self-healing wireless mesh network, or even a cellular connection outside of the store.

Why should you consider wireless solutions for your convenience store operation? The full article takes a deeper look at three different applications:

Eliminate Wires and Reduce Costs: Single Point Sensing

Single Point Sensing

Increase Store Layout Flexibility: Component-to-Component Network

Component To Component.jpg

Improve IT Security by Isolating Your Controls Infrastructure: Cellular Connectivity

Cellular Connectivity.jpg

Embracing the shift to wireless technologies will benefit convenience stores that are evolving their stores to fit the changing demands of today’s customers, helping them to boost revenue, keep customers happy and strengthen brand loyalty.

 Read the full article online here.

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