Digital Dining to unveil new biometric POS solution

Feb. 18, 2010
The latest version of Digital Dining's restaurant point-of-sale software now features "U.are.U" fingerprint biometrics technology from DigitalPersona, a provider of fingerprint identity and authentication solutions. The POS solution will be unveiled at the Digital Dining National Dealer Conference in Austin, Texas.
DigitalPersona U.are.U fingerprint biometrics have become a standard part of Digital Dining's POS solutions. In fact, 80 percent of Digital Dining's restaurant and franchise customers use U.are.U fingerprint readers with Digital Dining POS software.
"Over the last 10 years we have seen biometrics become a huge area of interest to our customers," Digital Dining's business development manager Andre Nataf said in a news release. "The DigitalPersona U.are.U fingerprint readers are phenomenal. They integrate seamlessly with all of our partner's machines. Eighty percent of our implementations include U.are.U biometrics from DigitalPersona. It has become standard equipment."
The Digital Dining solution serves customers in industries ranging from restaurants and hospitality to universities and hospitals. It also is being used by organizations in the entertainment industry such as night clubs, bars, movies theaters, bowling centers, casinos and racetracks.
The software supports all leading POS hardware platforms, including Posiflex, NCR, IBM, Elo, Panasonic and Touch Dynamics and runs on virtually any hardware compatible with current Microsoft Windows or mobile operating systems.
"Biometrics are becoming a necessity for organizations using POS solutions," said Jim Fulton, vice president of marketing for DigitalPersona Inc. "U.are.U biometrics from DigitalPersona has become a standard for Digital Dining because we've proven that with a simple investment restaurateurs can become more efficient, reduce costs and see an immediate return on investment."

Topics: POS

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