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Seth Harris, founder of Groupon-owned Breadcrumb, discusses how the company's new POS system works well for small business owners.
Revention has released an online ordering solution called Hunger Rush, which runs on an HTML5 Platform, also has POS capabilities, explains Laura Gaudin, product manager for Revention. She also chats about how the system is PCI compliant and why restaurant operators will benefit from using the solution.
Square's Faryl Ury explains how the new stand created by Square allows brick-and-mortar merchants to use the free POS system. The stand can be bolted to the countertop, but merchants can also use the mobile app when making deliveries or taking transactions away from their stores.
Jack Dorton from MMF introduces the company's new lock-it compartment that allows cashiers to store large bills in a secure compartment in the cash register. The new Advantage line from MMF also includes extra storage for coin rolls, etc. The objective of the system, Jack says, is to help prevent losing money at the point-of-sale.
Speedline Solutions and eThor Media announced their partnership during the 2012 NRA Show. The partnership allows restaurant operators to manage their entire digital footprint from one dashboard and is integrated with the Speedline POS solution.
Revel Systems CEO and co-founder Lisa Falzone demonstrates the company's iPad ordering system during the 2012 NRA Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.
ExaDigm's David Graybeal discusses the connectivity and PCI compliance of the NX2200 mobile POS system, suitable for retail and foodservice applications.
Micros executives show a tablet, web-based mobile POS solution ideal for line-busting, table-side browsing.
Micros and Tabbed Out showed their smartphone-based check-payment solution at NRA's International Restaurant Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.
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