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EMBA Business Solutions expands into POS

EMPA BS lands regional distribution agreement with US-based fast food point of sale specialist.

Dubai-based EMPA Business Solutions has added Intura Solutions point of sale and business management solutions to its portfolio.

The company will act as the master distributor for Intura throughout the GCC, as well as Jordan and Yemen.

Intura Solutions is an American developer of POS and business intelligence solutions specialising in the fast food industry. Its customers around the world include Dunkin' Donuts and Domino's Pizza.

The company's products join EMPA Business Solutions range that includes Acer, Asus, Biostar, Fujitsu, Infineon-Aeneon, Intel, Kingston, Liteon, MSI, Philips, Surecom and Toshiba.

"Intura is excited about our new partnership with EMPA-BS and looks forward to greater distribution to restaurants in the Middle East," said Gary W. Peek II, president of Intura.

"Through the use of Intura Vision, their customers will get the leading point of sale designed for the global market by accommodating language, currency and tax requirements. Intura Vision is an easy-to-use, feature-rich POS system that includes inventory, ideal food cost, delivery, management reports and customer relationship management modules."

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