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NACStech 2012

Posted:5/21/2012   10 photos
  • NACStech attracts the IT leaders of the industry to the invite-only CIO Roundtables.

    NACStech attracts the IT leaders of the industry to the invite-only CIO Roundtables.

  • IT leaders of the industry learn about the latest technological developments at the invite-only CIO Roundtables.

    IT leaders of the industry learn about the latest technological developments at the invite-only CIO Roundtables.

  • Attendees share ideas and experiences in the industry at NACStech.

    Attendees share ideas and experiences in the industry at NACStech.

  • Exchanging ideas - especially in the technical sector - is important for advancing retailers' businesses.

    Exchanging ideas - especially in the technical sector - is important for advancing retailers' businesses.

  • NACStech attendees take note of new information on mobile payments, government regulations, and POS types at invite-only CIO Roundtables.

    NACStech attendees take note of new information on mobile payments, government regulations, and POS types at invite-only CIO Roundtables.

  • NACS Vice President of Research Dae Kim gives attendees an overview of industry data at the invite-only CIO Roundtables.

    NACS Vice President of Research Dae Kim gives attendees an overview of industry data at the invite-only CIO Roundtables.

  • NACStech is a great place to connect with other professionals in the convenience and fuel retailing industry.

    NACStech is a great place to connect with other professionals in the convenience and fuel retailing industry.

  • Attendees built new relationships at the NACStech Welcome Reception.

    Attendees built new relationships at the NACStech Welcome Reception.

  • Sharing ideas is a large part of our industry - and Nashville is a great place to do it!

    Sharing ideas is a large part of our industry - and Nashville is a great place to do it!

  • Attendees discuss the educational sessions.

    Attendees discuss the educational sessions.

  • Attendees take note of the different ideas expressed in engaging educational sessions.

    Attendees take note of the different ideas expressed in engaging educational sessions.

  • PCATS Executive Director Gray Taylor speaks about the importance of data security.

    PCATS Executive Director Gray Taylor speaks about the importance of data security.

  • Paul Ollinger, CEO of The Absolutely Huge Company, shares social media insights with NACStech attendees during the general session.

    Paul Ollinger, CEO of The Absolutely Huge Company, shares social media insights with NACStech attendees during the general session.

  • Paul Ollinger, CEO of The Absolutely Huge Company, relates anecdotes from time spent at his previous employer: Facebook.

    Paul Ollinger, CEO of The Absolutely Huge Company, relates anecdotes from time spent at his previous employer: Facebook.

  • Exhibitors give attendees on-site demonstrations of the latest technology for convenience stores.

    Exhibitors give attendees on-site demonstrations of the latest technology for convenience stores.

  • On-site demos are one of the best features of the expo!

    On-site demos are one of the best features of the expo!

  • Exhibitors connect with new retailers every year at NACStech.

    Exhibitors connect with new retailers every year at NACStech.

  • New products help retailers keep their competitive edge.

    New products help retailers keep their competitive edge.

  • POS systems are always advancing!

    POS systems are always advancing!

  • What's the best way to have your customers fill up?

    What's the best way to have your customers fill up?

  • Left to right: The Pantry's Ed Collupy, Verifone's Brad McGuinness, Rosemary for Pinnacle's Bob Johnson, PDI's Greg Gilkerson and Executive Director of PCATS Gray Taylor at the Convenience Store News Technology Awards Ceremony.

    Left to right: The Pantry's Ed Collupy, Verifone's Brad McGuinness, Rosemary for Pinnacle's Bob Johnson, PDI's Greg Gilkerson and Executive Director of PCATS Gray Taylor at the Convenience Store News Technology Awards Ceremony.

  • Michael Rogers, a “practical” futurist and futurist-in-residence for The New York Times, dazzled the NACStech crowd with an entertaining and common-sense vision of change for the future of business by blending technology, economics, and culture.

    Michael Rogers, a “practical” futurist and futurist-in-residence for The New York Times, dazzled the NACStech crowd with an entertaining and common-sense vision of change for the future of business by blending technology, economics, and culture.

The CIO Roundtables allow NACStech attendees to connect at last year's event.