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Retail Anywhere Adds U.are.U Biometrics From DigitalPersona to Flagship Point of Sale Solution
Date:1/11/2010

REDWOOD CITY, Calif. and NEW YORK, Jan. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- DigitalPersona, Inc., a leader in fingerprint identity and authentication solutions, has extended its leadership in fingerprint biometrics solutions for retailers. Retail Anywhere, a leading developer of point-of-sale (POS) and retail management technologies with more than 30,000 installations in North America, has integrated U.are.U® fingerprint biometrics from DigitalPersona into their flagship software offering. The addition of U.are.U fingerprint biometrics to Retail Anywhere Point of Sale software helps retailers reduce payroll costs related to time and attendance fraud and fight unauthorized manager overrides.

"Retail Anywhere helps us manage a wide range of our operations including inventory control, POS transactions, and financial analysis and reporting," said Tony Siress, President of Peek...Aren't You Curious, a children's apparel retailer founded in 2007. Bob Graham, CIO commented: "The addition of

U.are.U fingerprint biometrics from DigitalPersona to our Retail Anywhere solution addresses the concerns that retailers like us face every day. It gives us the ability to manage system access and activities and provides us with the confidence that our POS system is secure."

Retail Anywhere has been providing POS software to retailers for more than 25 years. Managing all areas of a retail organization, Retail Anywhere's Point of Sale and Enterprise applications are designed
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