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Digital Dining Customers Demand Fingerprint Biometrics in Point-of-Sale Technology
Date:2/9/2010

ductivity by moving customers through order processes faster.

"With fingerprint biometrics, we have found a reliable way of preventing employees from clocking each other in and out that just wasn't possible before," said Raymond Chera, Franchisee, RCNY. "We are now able to hold our employees accountable for their time and the transactions they handle. The biometrically-enabled POS terminals are a key part of our strategy to reduce employee fraud and increase productivity at the till."

The Digital Dining solution serves customers in industries ranging from restaurants and hospitality to universities and hospitals.  Digital Dining is also used by organizations in the entertainment industry such as night clubs, bars, movies theaters, bowling centers, casinos and racetracks.  The software supports all leading POS hardware platforms, including Posiflex, NCR, IBM, Elo, Panasonic and Touch Dynamics and runs on virtually any hardware compatible with current Microsoft Windows or mobile operating systems.

"Over the last 10 years we have seen biometrics become a huge area of interest to our customers," said Andre Nataf, business development manager for Digital Dining.  "The DigitalPersona U.are.U fingerprint readers are phenomenal.  They integrate seamlessly with all of our partner's machines.  Eighty percent of our implementations include U.are.U biometrics from DigitalPersona.  It has become standard equipment."

Digital Dining selected U.are.U fingerprint readers from DigitalPersona for their ease of use and seamless integration.  With the U.are.U 4500 readers, the Digital Dining software is able to provide system logon, time and attendance and transaction authorization at the touch of a finger.

"Biometrics are becoming a necessity for organizations using POS solutions," said Jim Fulton'/>"/>

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