GAS selects Tranxactor for its Gift Card programme

Tranxactor is delighted to have been selected by Gasoline Alley Service Stations, operators of the GAS franchise in New Zealand. Tranxactor was able to demonstrate how its proven business model and process for Gift Card management could provide a successful programme with better financial outcomes for the business. To overcome the challenge of integrating with the many different brands of point-of-sale systems within the group, the new Gift Card will run over the payment networks to Tranxactor's host for processing. Tranxactor provides a comprehensive service to GAS including automated outlet settlement.

About GAS.

Gasoline Alley Services Ltd (GAS) has over 120 sites across New Zealand. It is 100% New Zealand-owned and the great majority of GAS supplied petrol service stations are independently owned and operated. GAS aims to provide personal, friendly service and is proud of its involvement in local communities throughout the country.

The focus GAS applies to local communities is at the core of its business, be these communities in heartland, rural areas or within New Zealand’s major urban centres. Indeed, the business was founded in 1999 on the challenge of keeping neighbourhood petrol service stations pumping just as other, larger corporations were feeling and acting on the pressure to withdraw from their smaller, more marginal sites in rural areas.

What our client says.

"Tranxactor keeps surprising us with their efficient support and excellent response times.

Our Gasoline Alley network needed to replace its legacy Gift Card system. Tranxactor's experience and reputation in the gift card industry backed by Thor’s features and functionalities impressed us so we made the decision to migrate. The challenge was to get all sites transacting before the Christmas 2017 launch. Tranxactor carried out the project efficiently and we achieved 100% coverage in time for Christmas. The migration was worth it!"

Kylie Baudet - GAS Marketing & Administration Manager

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