NACS 2021: Why visit the Kalibrate stand?
We’re counting down the days until NACS 2021 and our first big industry outing in over a year!
If you’re torn between visiting the Kalibrate booth or making a beeline for the fried chicken stand (and we recognize that’s a tough call), we’ve picked out just a few challenges we’ve been helping our customers solve in recent months, to give you some extra reasons to say “hello”. You can find us at booth 4680 in the technology pavilion.
Total site profitability
Understanding the link between fuel and non-fuel profit is a vital component to strategic decision making. The myriad datasets contributing to success can be overwhelming, but between our pricing and planning solutions, we’ve got you covered. If you want to understand how to take a holistic approach in your fuel pricing strategy that accounts for the profitability of all your offerings, drop by the stand or reach out to schedule a demo in advance of the event.
Assessing an acquisition opportunity
It’s fair to say the past eighteen months have been turbulent, and one of the outcomes of market disruption has been a number of high-profile mergers and acquisitions. In response, regulators have required some acquiring portfolios to sell-off sites to ensure a competitive market for consumers. The net output for fuel network planners is the sudden availability of sites – and Kalibrate can help you find the best. If you’re unfamiliar with our 7 Elements methodology and want to assess potential to spot the diamonds in an acquisition opportunity visit the stand for a talk with a member of our team.
Members of the team from TAS, Intalytics, and eSite will all be in attendance, so if you have a retail interest, don’t forget to swing by to say “hello”. Our location intelligence teams are helping retailers answer one of the biggest challenges facing the industry today; omnichannel strategy. Understanding the halo effect and how brick and mortar stores drive online sales (and visa-versa), is something many businesses could unlock if they broke down their internal data silos. If you’re interested in the gold standard approach to data centralization to revamp your omnichannel strategy, the location intelligence team will be on the Kalibrate booth throughout the event.
Electric vehicle charging: The business case
“Can you help us create the business case?”, has become one of the most frequent questions in our discussions with customers about electric vehicle charging in recent months. Firstly, you need to establish the impact of implementing EVCs on your retail offer so you can understand where on your site consumers go, when they visit (by time of day and day of week), and whether they come back. Once you have this data, you’re equipped to determine the ROI from the charger, considering the potential additional spend in-store, generally with higher margins. Understanding this conversion from EVC to store is just one component of business the business case. If you’re ready to start your EV journey, Anila Siraj, our EV lead, is attending NACS and will be more than happy to help.
If you’re attending NACS and would like to talk to a member of the team about a specific challenge or opportunity facing your organization, please complete the form and we’ll be in touch,
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