MinitMart Convenience Stores provides self-service ordering technology to foodservice guests.
Nittany Oil’s 26 MinitMart locations are now offering customers the chance to order food via kiosk.
The chain is using Gilbarco’s Express Ordering Food Service solution in all 26 locations.
Nittany MinitMart has evolved its foodservice program across central and northern Pennsylvania over the past 50 years, expanding their menu to include breakfast and a wide variety of lunch and dinner menu options. With the growth of its foodservice program, the need for self-service ordering technology has become a necessity, and Nittany Oil turned to Gilbarco’s Express Ordering Food Service solution to meet its evolving needs. Nittany Oil has also invested in Gilbarco’s Passport point-of-sale system to further optimize its foodservice solutions.
“Express Ordering has been a great addition to our food service program,” said Joe Faretta, Nittany MinitMart division manager. “The flexibility of this solution has allowed our company to think big about our food service program that we provide to our customers. It gives us a competitive advantage.”
The Express Ordering is a scalable and adaptable solution that can be customized, so it was the perfect fit for Nittany Oil. It also integrated Gilbarco’s Passport Point of Sale System which provided a complete c-store solution. Nittany will be able to take advantage of future features such as mobile phone ordering and the ability to order your items at the pump.
“With the huge growth in food service offerings at our customers’ stores, Gilbarco and our partners will continue to invest in integrated solutions like Express Ordering to allow them to succeed,” said Scott Oakes, product marketing manager Express Ordering, Gilbarco Veeder-Root.