Kasavana, Michael
July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p138
Trade Publication
Focuses on the foodservice operators' use of alternative system architecture and infrastructure in the form of application service provider (ASP) point-of-sale (POS) systems. Sharing of initial capital outlay, application software and ongoing technical expertise with an application supplier by the restaurant management; Primary use of outside data processing services for payroll processing; Supply of software and software-related services over the Internet by ASP.


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