U.K.-based TLM Technologies Inc. announced it has expanded its operations into the United States, with offices in Colorado Springs.
Convenience store and fuel industry expert Michael Johnson was named vice president of North America in July, the company announced in a news release yesterday, and will head up U.S. operations at the new office at 1755 Telstar Drive.
TLM Technologies provides “a next-generation, cloud-based software application suite called ‘evolution’ that delivers a measurable competitive advantage to convenience stores,” according to the release.
“There’s a tremendous need in the U.S. for the flexible, future-proof c-store technology that TLM provides,” Johnson said in the release. “The evolution application suite has the ability to disrupt the convenience and fuel sector in the states. And I’m thrilled to be part of that.”
Other senior-level employees of the U.S. subsidiary include Products Director Quentin Goin and Greg Knierim, lead architect for North America. TLM said it has also contracted with industry veteran Stephen Rogers, who has more than 17 years of experience in introducing innovative solutions to the U.S. petroleum and convenience store industries market.
TLM Technologies plans continued expansion into the United States.
“Our expansion into the U.S. is a natural next step to build upon the success and reach of our cloud-based application suite,” CEO and founder Lee Papper said in the release. “We’re eager to demonstrate what this transformative c-store technology can do.”