What's Really in the Palm of Your Hand?

Sichynsky, Andrew
October 2001
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2001, p1
Trade Publication
The article offers information on several factors to consider before engaging in point-of-sale systems (POS) concerning handhelds and wireless terminals. It states the printers and printing option must be considered to address the basic argument concerning trips saving in buying a handheld system. It says that service contracts concerning handheld terminals must be fully understand. It adds that buyers must make sure that wireless technology vendors test their products in the location of buyers.


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