The four-unit ShortStop convenience-store group of Boulder, Colo., is using mobile commerce technology from Mocapay Inc., and eight-unit ink! Coffee of Denver has agreed to try the technology as well. Boulder-based Mocapay said ShortStop anticipates launching a mobile device loyalty program in this year’s second quarter, after a successful 90-day trial of the vendor’s mobile gift program. Smart Transaction Systems of Boulder, a provider of card-based payment systems and loyalty and ...

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