E & C Enterprises Selects Radiant Systems' POS Solution; Experience Coupled with Satisfied Customers and a Clear Vision Clinched the Radiant POS Selection.
"We selected Radiant POS based on its industry-leading reputation and our first-hand experience with the intuitive touch-screens and advanced feature functionality," said David Raidman, manager of IT/Maintenance at E & C Enterprises, Inc. "Another determining factor was the overwhelming validation we received from current Radiant customers when contacting references in the final steps of our extensive review process."
"E & C's commitment to Radiant further validates our focus of enabling retailers to better run their stores and our dedication to forming lasting partnerships in the industry," said Mark Schoen, president of Radiant's Global Petroleum and Convenience Retail Division. "Our solution facilitates the generation of higher sales from more customers by increasing speed of service, customer throughput and higher sales per visit."
Radiant's easy-to-use POS software provides a "zero-training" user interface that enables store associates to deliver fast service even on their first day. The open system is able to support current and future customer programs for the point of purchase, enables quick service through integrated credit and scanning, and simplifies integration of numerous peripheral devices such as money order machines and check readers. E & C will be implementing Radiant's interface with Professional Datasolutions Inc.'s PDI/Resource Management Series software using National Association of Convenience Stores Technology Standards.
E & C will deploy the solution on Radiant's P1550 POS terminals. The P1550's industry-leading design offers high-performance and reliability at a low total cost of ownership. The standards-based architecture, rugged enclosure, superior thermal management, fault tolerance and secure cable management maximizes uptime and enables improved customer service in the highly competitive environment faced by petroleum and convenience store operators.
Founded in 1985, Radiant Systems, Inc. provides innovative store technology for the hospitality, petroleum and convenience store, and entertainment industries. Radiant's point-of-sale, self-service kiosk, and back-office technology enables operators to drive top-line growth and improve bottom-line performance. Headquartered in Atlanta, Radiant (www.radiantsystems.com) has deployed its solutions in more than 50,000 sites worldwide.
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|Date:||Nov 22, 2004|
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