To manage a gas station successfully, you have to be in full control of your different operations. The Dodson team will help you find the right tools to handle it all, from managing fuel levels to tracking convenience store inventory through securely accepting all forms of payments.
Remotely authorize the use of pumps and have the option to immediately stop pumps in case of an emergency.
Stay connected with all of your locations through a single, simple-to-use system.
Understand customer buying habits to make more informed business decisions.
Keep track of fuel levels, deliveries and even transfer fuel from pump-to-pump, directly from an iPad.
Keep a pulse on what your customers are purchasing so you know exactly how to stock your shelves.
Allow customers to fill up their tanks and purchase items from your store in one, easy transaction.
Don’t worry! There are plenty of other features out there. We’re confident we can help you find exactly what you need to help your gas station succeed.
Whether it’s one location or multiple, operating a gas station requires a lot of moving parts. The biggest barrier to finding a system to help you manage all of these pieces is time. Let Dodson Group Payment Solutions help remove that headache for you! To start, we’ll perform a FREE Account Review to learn more about your operation so we can provide a customized recommendation to manage your pumps and your convenience store, all in one.
With surcharging, you offset the cost of accepting credit cards and lower the cost of accepting debit cards, improving your profit margin on every transaction.
“We had an issue with one of our POS machines on a Sunday. I gave the Dodson team a call, and Jeff, the owner was at our store in under 30 minutes, and had the machine up and running within the hour. With past providers, I would have been on hold for 2 hours just to be passed through a phone tree, and have to set up an expensive service visit the following week. Jeff and his team are true partners, and provide excellent customer service 24/7.”