Published On: Mon, Dec 9th, 2019

New convenience store Platte Street Mercantile opens doors in Denver

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, a new -and-go convenience store has opened its doors in  Denver, Colorado, located at 1620 Platte Street near the Highlands pedestrian bridge intersection.

The self-serve, grab-and-go convenience store offers packaged meals, snacks and beverages alongside limited grocery items to the businesses and residents of the Platte Street Neighborhood.

, a co-owner of Platte Street Mercantile, is also the CEO and founder of Impulsify, a Denver-based software company that developed a retail management system called ImpulsePoint and a self-pay kiosk solution called ShopPoP used by hospitality brands to manage their lobby retail outlets.

Platte Street Mercantile Street convenience store in Denver

Platte Street Mercantile Street convenience store in Denver. Photo courtesy of PRNewsfoto/Platte Street Mercantile.

Another co-owner of Platte Street Mercantile – , who is Impulsify’s VP of Retail Design, is said to use the consumer product goods (CPG) data captured by ImpulsePoint to design high performing markets and convenience stores. The ImpulsePoint software is claimed to identify national best sellers and emerging consumer trends based on data-science to deliver product mix and retail price strategies.

Platte Street Mercantile, which is a no-cash, self-service store, will use Impulsify’s self-pay kiosk solution to automate purchases and offer a quicker checkout process while functioning simultaneously as a learning lab for Impulsify employees, retail strategies and technology.

Janine Williams said: “Think Little House on the Prairie meets urban tech community!

“We are excited to finally open our doors and welcome this neighborhood to Platte Street Mercantile.”

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