Panasonic POS Announces Alliance with XPIENT Solutions

  • Panasonic Information Systems
  • 06.04.08
Panasonic Information Systems, a division of Panasonic System Solutions Company and a world leader in point-of-sale and drive-thru communication solutions, announced an alliance with XPIENT Solutions, LLC, a leading developer of integrated software solutions for point-of-sale, back office and enterprise management applications.

The alliance immediately allows both companies and their resellers to offer the XPIENT suite of solutions on Panasonic hardware platforms, including Panasonic’s new Stingray™ workstation. Stingray uniquely combines a true open architecture application platform and innovative modular hardware design that delivers “the power to change” at any time with a lower total cost of ownership. The addition of XPIENT’s powerful POS software solutions provides resellers and end users with the ability to configure customized turnkey POS system solutions that are fully scalable to accommodate all their present and future needs.
“Our newly formed relationship with XPIENT enhances both companies’ ability to deliver advanced POS solutions for the quick service and hospitality industries that will result in significant new sales opportunities and continued growth in the POS market,” said Doyle Ledford, director, Panasonic Information Systems. “By combining Panasonic’s core expertise in POS hardware and XPIENT’s leading POS software solutions, we can collectively provide a large cross-section of POS users with extreme functionality and versatility.”

“We are delighted to be engaged with Panasonic in creating this new opportunity for our respective resellers and their customers.  The Panasonic brand enjoys outstanding customer loyalty earned through a reputation of quality and reliability.  Combined with our counter to enterprise suite of applications, this joint effort provides our target segments with a new choice for a best-in-breed solution,” added Christopher Sebes, XPIENT Solutions’ president and chief executive officer.

Panasonic Stingray’s modular design allows for do-it-yourself troubleshooting, servicing and upgrades, reducing downtime and saving money on costly technician visits. Stingray's open architecture runs virtually any operating system, allowing users to seamlessly integrate XPIENT’s software solutions. With a high-speed processor and up to 2 GB of on-board RAM, Stingray is ideal for stand-alone applications, and can also be integrated into a LAN network to run the most demanding back office operations.

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