Regal Entertainment Group awards Oscar for POS systems, taps Fujitsu for 1200 touch-screen concessio

Monday 12 January 2004 18:43 CET | News

Regal Entertainment Group has awarded an Oscar to Fujitsu Transaction Solutions following a successful six-month pilot of more than 70 new point-of-sale systems at theatre concession stands in seven Regal locations.

Next up at the big-screen giant is a 1,200-system rollout of Fujitsus TeamPoS 2000 terminals, supporting the Linux operating system, at nearly 200 cinemas where a technology refresh should be completed by early May. The systems will include a color touch-screen terminal, magnetic card reader for credit card customers, cash drawer and receipt printer. In August 2003, Regal and Fujitsu announced a separate agreement for development and deployment of Regal Express self-service terminals that combine cash and ticket dispensing, printing of tickets purchased online and other customer services based on Fujitsus ATM platform and media-handling technology. Both agreements are part of a system-wide technology overhaul at Regal that ultimately will provide corporate headquarters with real-time access to integrated data from the box office, Fandango, customer-activated terminals and concession systems via a Web-enabled application.

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