Bill Scott is president of Scott Systems Inc. and began working with convenience store operators in 1978 when he created Bill Scott’s Jobber System, a computer system designed for large IBM computers and installed in over 360 oil marketing companies located in twenty-seven states. In1982, Bill began concentrating heavily on the convenience store industry. Bill has given numerous seminars at IBM locations throughout the US and at the Japanese-American Institute of Technology, primarily on the subject of Computer Aided Software Engineering (CASE), Information Engineering and Relational Database Design. Some of Bill’s larger clients have included Pacific Resources in Honolulu, Hawaii, Petroleum World in Forest City, North Carolina, and Bradley Petroleum and Sav-O-Mat in Denver, Colorado.
Dr. James A. Hawkins, Ph.D. is an international educator, published author, entrepreneur, and business executive whose career has brought cutting-edge educational technology to more than 100 international countries. His professional career highlights include: U. S. Military Officer; Financial Executive, and, today, he is the President and Chief Executive Officer, JHawk & Associates, an international educational consultancy. Dr. Hawkins has a bachelor’s degree in sociology, an MBA, and doctorates in Education (Ed.D.) and International Business (Ph.D.
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Turning Convenience Stores Into Cash Generating Monsters
Throughout America, retailers are struggling to keep up in a Walmart competitive environment. This book focuses on the convenience store industry because c-stores are like most other retailers on steroids.
The book explains how Cloud Computing will devour small software firms and put retailers on a level playing field with their larger competitors.
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