Radiant Launches Two New POS Terminals; Qdoba Praises Hardware Speed Following 50 Site Upgrade

Radiant Systems, Inc. recently announced the market launch of the Radiant P1560 and P1760 point of sale hardware terminals for use across the hospitality and retail industries, combining enhanced technological capabilities through the latest Intel mobile technology with the power and reliability found in all Radiant hardware.

"We recently upgraded 50 of our sites with Radiant's new P1560 terminals because of the hardware's reliability and high level of performance," says Bill McMillan, vice president of information technology at Qdoba Mexican Grill, a fast casual chain with more than 470 U.S. locations. "We usually have just one terminal in each site, so the power of the P1560 terminal translates to speed, which improves throughput and helps us make more money."

The fit-for-purpose P1560 and P1760 POS terminals with 15-inch and 17-inch screens, respectively, are built to withstand challenging operating conditions common to the hospitality and retail industries. With high-bright screens, integrated speakers and encrypted magnetic stripe readers, the new terminals ensure ease of use for employees and enhanced payment security for guests. The latest Intel mobile chipset technology consumes less power, thereby decreasing operators' energy expense. In addition, Radiant P1560 and P1760 terminals are configurable to specific operator needs and integrate with Radiant POS software applications to allow for the utmost technical efficiency and reliability. The streamlined design of the P1560 fits perfectly in a wide variety of business environments while the P1760 provides more screen surface space as may be needed in specific aspects of the operations, such as host stations for easier viewing of restaurant floor plans and automated management of tables.

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