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05/25/2021

BP extends payment technology partnership with Diebold Nixdorf

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BP is expanding its strategic partnership with Diebold Nixdorf, a global leader in driving connected commerce for the retail and banking industries, to provide an integrated solution comprised of hardware, software and managed services.

The multi-year, managed services agreement will leverage DN AllConnect ServicesSM globally to "drive its transformation journey as it looks to reduce the operational complexity associated with managing thousands of retail sites." The fuel giant will rely on Diebold Nixdorf’s comprehensive service integration to ensure optimal availability of its site systems at more than 17,000 locations worldwide. 

As part of the new deal, BP aims to make its payment channels more agile, efficient and fully integrated with the digital experience by deploying AEVI’s global payment platform (AEVI Motion) at thousands of locations across key European markets. This will enable BP to consolidate its payment infrastructure into a single solution and move to a cloud-based payment platform.

“Diebold Nixdorf’s managed services enable us to bring greater automation to our retail sites across the globe," Marco Ryan, SVP, digital customers & markets, at BP said in a statement. "Their integrated solutions, combined with their expertise in the fuel and convenience industry, make them the ideal partner to help drive our transformation journey. We look forward to collaborating with them further to accelerate and underpin our consumer centric journeys, innovation and operational excellence.”

Hermann Wimmer, SVP, global retail, at Diebold Nixdorf said: “Our objective is to equip our customers with innovative, consumer-centric solutions that meet the unique demands of the fuel and convenience industry. We’re proud to continue our partnership with BP as we help them advance their offerings to simplify processes across multiple countries and enhance the consumer experience at their fuel and convenience stores.”