“POS in transition” was the subject of a recent Nation’s Restaurant News story, but beyond that report there’s been no shortage of point-of-sale technology activity. For instance, McDonald’s is charting a POS course apart from Torex Retail Holdings Ltd., licensor of the NewPOS point-of-sale software used in several thousand of the chain’s 31,000-plus restaurants worldwide. The operator once held a stake in the tech startup that morphed into Torex, but divested of that interest in ...

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