Paul Demery , Chief Technology Editor
Solution from Radiant Systems and Professional Datasolutions, Inc. uses PCATS-NAXML industry standard interfaces to link point-of-sale and back office applications
ATLANTA (June 26, 2006) - Radiant Systems, Inc. (NASDAQ: RADS) and Professional Datasolutions, Inc. announced today that leading retailers in the convenience industry have committed to use Radiant Point-of-Sale and the PDI/RMS back office interfaced with one another at more than 1,000 stores.
“When we chose a new store solution, support for industry standards was critical amongst the solution providers we looked at,” said Scott Hartman, president and CEO of Rutter’s Farm Stores, the most recent retailer to sign on as a customer of both companies. “The proven success of the Radiant-PDI PCATS-NAXML interface was a key factor in our decision to install the companies` software.”
First installed in 2005, the Radiant-PDI solution utilizes the PCATS-NAXML interface to link the two applications. By utilizing an industry-standard interface, the companies are able to maximize future flexibility for retailers and speed the deployment of an end-to-end point-of-sale and back office solution.
“The technology standards project has been a long-term commitment for PDI,” said Greg Gilkerson, president of the Temple, TX,-based back-office provider. “The success our PCATSNAXML interface with Radiant is experiencing in the marketplace shows that the industry is embracing providers that are able to support standards.” “By utilizing open standards, retailers are able to deploy best-in-breed applications faster and with less effort than in the past,” said Mark Schoen, president of Radiant’s global petroleum and convenience retail division. “Reaching the 1,000-site milestone with our PDI relationship shows the success of providing retailers with multiple options for their technology decisions.”
About Radiant Systems, Inc.
Radiant Systems, Inc. (www.radiantsystems.com) is a leader in providing innovative technology to the hospitality and retail industries. Offering unmatched reliability and ease of use, Radiant`s hardware and software products have been deployed in over 60,000 sites across more than 100 countries. Radiant has approximately 900 employees worldwide, 325 certified sales and service partners and over 1800 field service representatives. Founded in 1985, the company is headquartered in Atlanta with regional offices throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Asia and Australia.
About Professional Datasolutions, Inc.
PDI delivers enterprise-wide software and services that meet convenience store and wholesale petroleum marketers’ specialized needs. Over 300 companies worldwide rely on PDI’s systems to automate key business processes. From retail automation to decision support, fuel management, workforce support, and financial reporting, PDI continually enhances offerings to leverage new technologies and industry standards. For over 20 years, PDI has offered customer-focused services and innovative software solutions with proven results. For more information, visit us on the web at http://www.profdata.com.
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Global Petroleum and Convenience Retail Division
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