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STORES AUTOMATED SYSTEMS, INC. BURSTING AT SEAMS, MOVES ITS OPERATIONS TO BRISTOL

 BRISTOL, Pa., Jan. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Stores Automated Systems, Inc. (SASI), a leading developer and manufacturer of integrated point-of-sale (POS) systems for the retail industry, has moved to a new headquarters facility in Bristol.
 The move consolidates the company's manufacturing, systems development, software engineering and management operations. Located at 311 Sinclair St., Bristol, the new headquarters will more than double the space SASI previously occupied in Bensalem, Pa.
 Bernard Greenberg, president of SASI, said the move heralds an exciting period of growth and change for the company. "We are entering 1993 with more than $22 million in backlog and have been bursting at the seams for some time. We elected to stay in the Delaware Valley because we can draw from a substantial pool of engineering and support talent. While 1992 was our most profitable year to date, we are confident that 1993 and beyond will surpass the unparalleled success we have already enjoyed," Greenberg said.
 With close to 200 employees, SASI designed the new headquarters to be a state-of-the-art facility for this high-technology company. Originally an empty shell, the Bristol facility features an advanced software development laboratory and a sophisticated hardware development facility.
 Stores Automated Systems, Inc., now headquartered in Bristol, designs, develops, manufactures, markets and supports integrated point- of-sale (POS) solutions for the retail industry. With more than 25,000 registers in retail stores throughout North America, SASI has distinguished itself as the leading single-solution provider for such retailers as WAWA, Pep Boys, Rite Aid Corporation, and Diamond Shamrock, Inc. Founded in 1983, SASI pioneered the development of PC-based POS systems to replace traditional cash registers. The company uses an open architecture concept under DOS and UNIX platforms to capitalize on advanced software techniques. PC-based POS systems integrate such functions as electronic funds transfer, credit and dual customer displays. The company specializes in serving convenience store, auto aftermarket and drugstore chains, as well as supermarkets.
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 /CONTACT: Alexander S. Beller or Ellen Greenberg of Stores Automated Systems, 215-785-4321/


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