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Radiant Systems Selects BIO-key(R) Biometric Software for POS Solution
Date:9/22/2007

, Radiant's hardware and software solutions are deployed in more than 85,000 restaurants, retail stores, cinemas, convenience stores, fuel centers, and other customer-service venues across more than 100 countries. Radiant serves the needs of its customers through the dedication of more than 1,100 employees, 325 certified sales and service partners, and 1,800 field service representatives around the world. Founded in 1985, the company is headquartered in Atlanta with regional offices throughout the United States as well as in Europe, Asia and Australia.

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