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C-store tech company announces expansion to US

TLM Technologies plans continued penetration with its transformative cloud-based evolution suite



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Author: PetrolPlaza Correspondent Pablo Plaza

TLM Technologies, Inc., a provider of a cloud-based software application has expanded its operations into the United States with offices in Colorado Springs, CO.

Convenience store and fuel industry expert Michael Johnson was announced as vice president of North America in July and will head up U.S. operations at the new office. Other senior-level employees of the U.S. subsidiary include: Quentin Goin, products director, formerly from electronic price sign and transportation systems provider, Skyline Products; and Greg Knierim, lead architect for North America, formerly of fuel pricing software developer, PriceAdvantage, and Labcorp. TLM has also contracted with industry veteran Stephen Rogers, who has experience in introducing innovative solutions to the U.S. petroleum and convenience store industries market.

Headquartered in the United Kingdom, TLM Technologies plans continued penetration into the U.S. with its transformative cloud-based evolution suite. Its end-to-end point of sale (POS), database, back office/head office, and reporting solutions are already selected for deployment into 750+ convenience stores coast-to-coast in the U.S. and thousands of locations worldwide. Clients include BP, Shell, ExxonMobil, Gulf Oil International, Booker Group, Euro Garages, Costcutter, and sole proprietors.

TLM Technologies CEO and Founder Lee Papper said that their “expansion into the U.S. is a natural next step to build upon the success and reach of our cloud-based application suite. We’re eager to demonstrate what this transformative c-store technology can do.”

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