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C&K Market Selects StoreNexts ISS45 Platform with RBO and TeamPoS 2000

Wednesday 22 December 2004 11:11 CET | News

C&K Market Inc. of Bookings, Ore. has chosen StoreNext Retail Technologies ISS45 point-of-sale (POS) platform with RBO office software and Fujitsu TeamPoS 2000 terminal systems for chainwide implementation.

Founded in 1956, C&K is a 51-store independent grocer with more than 2,300 employees operating in Oregon and northern California under the Rays Food Place, Rays Shop Smart and Rays Price Less Foods banners. C&Ks StoreNext rollout began earlier this year and will continue through mid-2006. Installation and ongoing service and support is being handled by Seattle, Wash.-based InStore Technology, a value added POS dealer specializing in solutions focused on the independent grocery market. InStore serves Washington, Oregon and Northern California. StoreNexts ISS45 POS was exclusively designed to precisely meet the requirements of independent grocers and regional chains. Its powerful transaction-processing architecture is optimized for the extreme performance requirements of the supermarket business and it can be economically scaled for stores of widely different sizes and types. C&K Market, Inc. remains a closely held family-owned company, earning the ranking of #21 in 2004 in the Oregon Private 150. As the 21st largest privately owned company in Oregon, C&K operates a diverse size and style of supermarket, ranging from 5,940 sq.ft. to more than 45,000 sq. ft.


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