Rock, Jeremy
September 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2004, p40
Trade Publication
Looks at the beverage control systems in the United States. Advantages of a liquor control system; Disadvantages of traditional pour systems; Wireless systems available that are designed for an open pour liquid operation; Components of Nuvo Technologies' BarVision's wireless liquor management system; Advantages and disadvantages of wireless systems.


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