Customer Win: Statoil Fuel & Retail and Redfaire International
Oslo, February 18, 2016 – Redfaire International has announced a new contract with Statoil Fuel & Retail, a leading European convenience and road transportation fuel retailer with a broad network across Scandinavia, Poland, the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania), Russia and Ireland.
Under the new contract, Redfaire International will provide Statoil Fuel & Retail with Oracle JD Edwards ERP Application Support Services. Redfaire International will also identify additional opportunities for standardization, automation and training with the goal of helping Statoil Fuel & Retail ERP Application users to continue to deliver beyond expectations.
Kari Elisabeth Øien, Director IT ERP & HR from Statoil Fuel & Retail, said, “After a formal RFP process and evaluation we decided to move our support from India to Europe. Redfaire International offered a support model that is competitive in terms of quality, service level and cost.”
Brian McInerney, Director of Redfaire International, said, “We are proud to work with a fast-growing, international and innovative company like Statoil Fuel & Retail, particularly as the company expands into the Irish market with the acquisition of Topaz.”
About Redfaire International
Redfaire International helps clients to manage their global JD Edwards ERP projects. Bringing together Europe’s leading Oracle JD Edwards partners, Redfaire International has offices in 12 countries in Europe and has worked on more than one thousand JD Edwards’ projects across EMEA.
About Statoil Fuel & Retail
Statoil Fuel & Retail operates a broad retail network across Scandinavia (Norway, Sweden and Denmark), Poland, the Baltics (Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania) and Russia.
Statoil Fuel & Retail is a wholly-owned indirect subsidiary of Alimentation Couche-Tard, Inc.
(“Couche-Tard”) (TSX: ATD.A/ATD.B) which recently confirmed that it had completed the acquisition of Topaz Energy Group Ltd. in Ireland. Topaz is the leading convenience and fuel retailer in Ireland, made up of 444 stations across the island of Ireland, including its recently acquired Esso station network.
In total the ACT networks in Europe (Statoil and Topaz) today comprise 2662 stores, the majority of which offer road transportation fuel and convenience products while the others are unmanned automated service-stations which offer road transportation fuel only. The Corporation also offers other products, including stationary energy, marine fuel and chemicals. Couche-Tard operates key fuel terminals and fuel depots in six European countries. Including employees at Statoil branded franchise stations, about 21,000 people work in its retail network, terminals and service offices across Europe.
Contact: bart.dix (at) redfaireinternational.com | +31 33 247 1598
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