Radiant Systems Hospitality Division

July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p107
Trade Publication
Provides information on Bedford, Texas-based Radiant Systems Hospitality Division, a provider of point-of-sale systems, property management systems and back-office solutions for the hospitality indusrtry. Provision of innovative store technology that enables top-line growth rather than simply reducing costs; Offer of solutions for quick service, table service and contract foodservice operators.


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