‘Convenience Store Chain Extends Deal With ATM Services Company’

7-Eleven Extends Partnership with ATM Solutions Provider FCTI

Convenience-store giant 7-Eleven Inc. has recently announced the extension and expansion of its long-term partnership with ATM solutions provider FCTI. Under the new agreement, FCTI will continue to operate ATMs in 7-Eleven-branded locations, expand its services to Speedway-branded locations, and introduce new retail financial services for 7-Eleven customers.

As of March, FCTI, based in Plano, Texas, had deployed 8,561 ATMs in 7-Eleven stores across the country. The company aims to increase its ATM locations from 8,600 to 11,600 by the end of 2025. With this expansion, FCTI plans to introduce various new services to enhance convenience for both 7-Eleven customers and ATM users.

Wayne Malone, president of FCTI, expressed excitement about leveraging the expertise of Seven Bank, the parent company of FCTI, to provide top-notch service to 7-Eleven and its customers in the years to come.

David Seltzer, CFO of 7-Eleven, also shared his enthusiasm for renewing and expanding the partnership with FCTI. He highlighted the commitment to delivering exceptional ATM services with state-of-the-art hardware and exploring innovative financial services to meet customer needs.

In addition, 7-Eleven holds the top spot on CSP’s 2024 Top 40 ranking of U.S. c-store chains by store count. The company operates, franchises, or licenses over 83,000 convenience stores in 19 countries and regions, including more than 13,000 locations in the United States and Canada.

Overall, 7-Eleven’s extended partnership with FCTI signals a continued commitment to enhancing convenience and financial services for its customers through innovative technology and expanded ATM access.

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