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Taiga is the platform for Convenience Retail

A unique suite of software as a service products designed to meet the ever changing needs of small and large convenience store operators. Giving you the flexibility and toolset to operate remotely as you grow without concern for upgrades or versions.

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Remote Operations

View, access, and analyze KPIs and scorecards for products, stores, regions, and customer segments from anywhere without waiting for the weekly sales reports. Know how your stores, fuel sales, and promotions are performing in real time when you have the opportunity to make an impact.


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Outlier management

Leverage real time data solve real world problems. The Hub automatically alerts you to outliers in your store operations. So you can act on demand changes, hot food/coffee availability, equipment problems, Out of Stocks, and other regular events that impact revenue and customer retention faster than ever before.

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Conversion tracking

Conversions are the most important measure of store performance and growth but notoriously difficult for operators to track. How many customers convert from pump to in-store? ... to QSR? ... to car wash? The Hub monitors this all important measure in real time helping you drive customers from pump to the highest margin areas of your operations.
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Category management

Your stores are valuable real estate. Understand your local customers and stores ensure that you have the right products and placement on the shelves at the right time for each store while also helping you understand the trends and the reasons why. Helping you make informed decisions with suppliers and better negotiate pricing and rebate tiers for the products you offer in store.
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Store expansion

Utilize interactive map visualizations and charts to analyze your customer, competitive, and market data to know where, when, and why to open new stores, reformat, or shift resources. Easily add and remove stores from your portfolio.



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Ready for the future, today

Get results without costly long term upgrades to POS or other systems. Taiga unifies your data points across existing on-premise and cloud retail technologies. So you have the knowledge to win in the market of today and tomorrow.


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Real-time action is a game changer for convenience

Convenience operators have known for a long time that business intelligence is key to a modern and successful growth strategy. Unfortunately, over 80% of operators are spending significant resources sorting through print reports, transaction logs, and unreliable 3rd party data sources creating little value and far too slow to act.

Taiga’s StoreKeep puts you back in the driver’s seat with real time performance metrics and outlier detection. How is Store 6 performing under the new manager? Forgot to replenish hot food before lunch at Store 3? Likely to run out of washer fluid ahead of tomorrow’s snowstorm? Understand how your stores are performing today when you have the opportunity to make an impact.

Still running your c-stores on routine?

Today’s convenience store operator has a vast ecosystem of data spread throughout their organization from numerous software systems, vendors, and versions. Operators know that utilizing this data for local insight and action has unlimited possibilities to generate revenue, reduce costs, and streamline operations.

So why are so many operators still making decisions based on routine? Until now, only 10% of your organization’s data is analyzed. The remaining 90% is unused, unstructured, and hidden in software that doesn’t talk to each other. Taiga’s proprietary Data Logistics Hub (DLH) starts the conversation between your software systems giving you One platform  for insight informed decision making.

Conversion Driven In-Store Purchase

Where does my data come from?

Important data originates with customer transactions at point of sale, pump controllers, QSR, loyalty programs, inventory control, and many other sources at your c-stores. With certainty, most of this data sits idle in your stores because these systems weren’t designed for business intelligence they were designed to pump fuel, checkout customers, track stock, etc. Today, many of these systems come with reports or dashboards for operators but they will always be incomplete because none of them can show you the whole picture.

You need the dots connected to understand the who, when, where, and how of your c-stores.

Cutting edge technology designed for C-Stores

Taiga’s Data Logistics Hub (DLH) is the first true business intelligence platform designed and built for Convenience. Convenience operators are familiar with making due with good enough software designed for restaurant, grocery, and other areas of retail. However, when it comes to business intelligence, operators need a solution that is meant for convenience. 

The Taiga Dock is set up in minutes at each of your stores. Just plug it in to enable secure real-time interfaces from store data to the Hub. The Hub takes it from there. Acting like a thousand consultants to make sense of your operational data and turn it into actionable information from the big picture down to the smallest detail.

Recent Blog Posts

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In this week’s edition, we’ve focused on the challenges covid has caused with inventory management. C-store operators have frequently mentioned new problems that illustrate the difficulties. To successfully adapt to the New Normal, you will need better analysis and be willing to spend a little more time managing your inventory.

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The team at Taiga would like to remember those who made the ultimate sacrifice to protect our freedom. In honor of all veterans and active service members: Thank you for your service.

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In this week's edition, we focus on explaining the changes taking place within alcohol sales. Three different operators reported that alcohol sales were up but they were getting confusing signals from inventory counts and out of stock items. Why were some of their best selling products stacked high in the cold vault while they sold out of Craft Beer?