Considered commodity technology by some, printers nevertheless are being given new features by their makers and bigger roles in service, efficiency and marketing initiatives by many hospitality users. Some establishments, such as independent quick-service barbecue restaurant operator Dixie Bones in Woodbridge, Va., are deploying more sophisticated belt-mounted lightweight wireless receipt printers. Others, such as the 59-unit Monical's Pizza chain of Bradley, Ill., are gravitating ...

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