Love's Travel Stops and Country Stores Discovers the Convenience of Retalix Software

Integrated POS, Back Office, Commercial Fuel and Headquarters Applications to be Rolled Out to More Than 200 U.S. Locations

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DALLAS, April 8, 2008 (PRIME NEWSWIRE) -- Retalix(r) (Nasdaq:RTLX), a global provider of software solutions for retailers and distributors, announced today that Love's Travel Stops and Country Stores will deploy Retalix StorePoint point-of-sale (POS), Back Office with Foodservice and Commercial Fuel solutions in more than 200 travel centers and convenience stores across the U.S.

The Oklahoma City-based retailer has annual sales of more than $7 billion and has been included in Forbes Magazine's annual listing of America's largest private companies since 2000. Love's will implement Retalix HQ-Convenience (HQC) with integrated price book, reporting and business intelligence, data warehouse and electronic journal functions, for centralized management and decision control for the entire chain.

"Our stores offer fuel, convenience, quick-service restaurants, specialty items and services for long-haul truckers and travelers," said Jim Xenos, Love's chief information officer. "We needed to streamline the very complex functionality that is required to operate a travel stop and convenience store. We chose Retalix because it is the most comprehensive solution to the very broad mix of requirements we have."

Retalix StorePoint is a POS and back office software system that helps convenience and travel center retailers improve productivity, control costs and increase sales. The Retalix StorePoint solution includes integrated forecourt automation for both gasoline and commercial fuel, Electronic Payment Software (EPS), Foodservice, Cash and Inventory Management modules. Additionally, Retalix StorePoint supports an integrated payments switch from Postilion to handle all of the various fuel and fleet purchases inherent in the truck stop industry. Retalix HQC complements Retalix StorePoint by providing central pricebook management, reporting and analytics software to effectively manage the chain's item and price information.

"Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores represents the classic multi-concept retailer, operating diverse yet integrated businesses under one roof with high-performance demands in each area," said Ray Carlin, executive vice president of Retalix USA. "Retalix is uniquely positioned to provide a single, robust solution to help lower overall operating costs while raising the level of customer service."

About Love's

Founded in 1964 by Tom Love, Love's Travel Stops & Country Stores is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Okla., and remains family owned and operated. With more than 200 locations in more than 30 states, Love's current growth rate is approximately 15 stores per year. Love's is currently ranked No. 42 on Forbes' Magazine's annual listing of America's largest privately held companies. From the first filling station in Watonga, Okla., the Love's mission has remained the same: "Clean Places, Friendly Faces." For more information, please visit

About Retalix

Retalix is an independent provider of software solutions to retailers and distributors worldwide. Retalix solutions serve the needs of grocery chains, convenience and fuel retailers, food and consumer goods distributors and independent grocers. The Company offers a portfolio of software applications that automate and synchronize essential retail and supply chain operations, encompassing stores, headquarters and warehouses. The company's International headquarters are located in Ra'anana, Israel, and its American headquarters are located in Dallas, Texas. For more information about Retalix , please visit

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