PAR intros 'value-priced' POS terminal for smaller restaurants

Jan. 29, 2013

ParTech has launched a new POS terminal geared toward smaller restaurant chains, the PAR EverServ 500 POS terminal.

"Independent and small chain restaurants demand the same rugged POS as larger chain restaurants, but typically have limited budgets," Scott Langdoc, CTO, ParTech, said in a company press release. "We designed the EverServ 500 POS terminal to address the specific needs of this segment. The 500 has the same rugged durable design PAR is known for and is available in one fixed configuration. Configuration simplicity allows restaurant operators to obtain a high quality PAR POS terminal at a competitive price."

Alfie Risavy, director of operations, Alfie’s Restaurant and Lounge, said his restaurant installed the terminal six weeks ago and he is happy with the decision.

"The speed and performance of the EverServ 500 has been impressive," he said.

The PAR EverServ 500 offers an excellent entry-level solution with the benefits of the Windows Embedded platform and PAR’s innovative POS hardware, said Cuong Pham, product manager for Windows Embedded at Microsoft.

"The EverServ 500 provides a new hardware option for companies to build intelligent systems that realize the value of sharing and analyzing data across multiple devices and the cloud while providing durable hardware for high-traffic environments," Pham said.

The terminal is available for purchase worldwide through PAR channel partners. The following POS software applications are currently certified to run on the EverServ 500 terminal: PAR EverServ PixelPoint, CAP Software, ShipRite Software, Titan Technology Group and Vista Entertainment Solutions.

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Topics: Equipment & Supplies , POS , Systems / Technology


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