FRANKLIN TENN. —Shipments of personal computer-based point-of-sale systems in North America increased by 8 percent in 2006, compared with 5-percent growth in 2005, an annual study by IHL Consulting Group indicates. According to Franklin-based IHL, the greatest portion of that growth was tied to new-store development among restaurant users, including casual-dining, coffee and doughnut chains, and specialty retailers, such as those in the ...
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