JCPenney Awards Multimillion-Dollar POS Contract to NCR

Monday 20 December 2004 04:15 CET | News

JCPenney is installing NCR point-of-sale (POS) systems in all of its 1,000-plus department stores throughout the United States.

The companies also signed a seven-year maintenance contract covering these POS systems. Rollout of the NCR RealPOS 80 terminals, with flat-panel touch displays and NCR RealPOS 7167 thermal receipt printers, is underway and will continue through 2005 and 2006. The NCR RealPOS 80 with Intel technology is the first POS terminal to allow for comprehensive accessibility and serviceability on replaceable parts - without the use of tools. Routine maintenance is considerably simplified, minimizing service time and increasing system availability. In addition, NCRs advanced POS systems are among the industrys first to be built around an industry design specification known as EmbeddedATX. While delivering the power and flexibility retailers need today, this design strategy ensures that users can upgrade more easily as their requirements evolve, minimizing total cost of ownership.

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