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ARBA Retail Systems Launches Point of Sale for Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Tablet

ARBA Retail Systems, a leading point of sale software developer for retail and food services industries, has announced the launch of a new mobile Point of Sale solution. Built specifically for Microsoft Surface tablet series, this retail management software is compatible with the latest Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Tablet. Microsoft launched Surface Pro 3 tablet in June 2014 and this tablet is “the best business tablet produced by Microsoft till date,” as per CNET’s review. The cafeteria version of the PoS solution, ARBA CAFE, is a customized solution for corporate cafeterias, hospital cafeterias and school/college cafeterias. The retail version is designed for both single unit and chain stores. The software is built on the latest Microsoft technologies - .NET and MS SQL Server and compatible with the latest Microsoft OS – Windows 8.

“ARBA Retail Systems has been pioneering innovation in cafeteria management technology solutions since 1986. We have seen a rapid growth in the number of businesses embracing mobile/tablet based point of sale systems in the past few years,” said Kathy de la Torre, the Marketing Head of ARBA Retail Systems. “Mobility helps further speed throughput at the point of sale, while minimizing the hardware foot print. Corporate and hospitals can also enhance employee convenience at their cafeterias and increase cafeteria revenues by using the cashless payments feature. Cashier scans the existing employee badges and the meal charges are automatically recorded and deducted from the employee payroll, at the end of the month. Cashless payments are proven to speed check out time, and encourage employees to dine onsite rather than seek offsite alternatives. For automated payroll deductions, our Tablet PoS integrates seamlessly with industry leading ERP systems like SAP, Oracle, JDE, Kronos, ADP, Lawson, Meditech and many more,” added Kathy.

About ARBA Retail Systems

Headquartered in Naperville, Illinois, ARBA Retail Systems is a national provider of Point of Sale and Inventory Management systems to the healthcare and retail industries. For more information, visit www.arbapro.com.

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