Megan Zimmerman Wins Amazon Echo at Annual Gathering in Ft. Wayne
Norwalk, CT. and Ft. Wayne, IN. – June 8, 2016 – Success Systems®, the most recommended back office solution in the US, announced that Megan Zimmerman of Ft. Wayne was the raffle winner of the popular Echo from Amazon.
“I love it. Thank you very much,” said Zimmerman, Sales Operations Manager, at Phil’s One Stop in Ft. Wayne.
The Echo is Amazon’s web-connected, voice-activated virtual assistant. The hands-free system connects to the Alexa Voice Service to instantly play music, provide news, weather, sports scores and a wide range of information from the internet. In addition, the Echo can control lights and switches, set alarms and a host of other functions.
“As a cloud-based software provider, we’re enamored with the Echo,” said Scott Tarlow of Success Systems. “We appreciate the reliability, accessibility and convenience that cloud-based systems of all types provide to users, and so we’re pleased to offer the Echo to Megan as a raffle prize,” he continued.
Earlier in the day Tarlow presented to more than 125 attendees at the National Oil & Gas conference, where he discussed recent advances in product functionality associated with ePB™, Success Systems’ cloud-based back office solution for independent convenience store, petroleum retailers and specialty retailers of tobacco, liquor and other products.
As part of Tarlow’s presentation, Success Systems is making its popular Retail Link™ cloud-based application available free to retailers in selected Indiana zip codes as well as customers of Gilbarco’s Passport point of sale system.
About Success Systems
For over twenty five years, the Success Systems® brand has been known for offering the most diversified and feature rich product line and store automation services to petroleum, convenience, and small footprint grocery stores. The company provides true cloud based applications, unparalleled customer support, as well as nationwide on-site installation and training. Our customers are single store locations to mid-size store chains.