Intura Solutions Signs Agreement to Distribute Logic Controls Hardware

Press Releases - December 3, 2007

December 03, 2007. ARLINGTON, TEXAS. – Intura Solutions, LP (Intura), a leading supplier of point-of-sale (POS) and enterprise management software for quick service, fast casual and delivery restaurant concepts, today announced that it has signed a partner agreement with Logic Controls of New Hyde Park, New York to distribute their hardware designed for the restaurant industry.
Logic Controls has a reputation for delivering hardware systems and peripherals with exceptional reliability and value. Its kitchen display systems (KDS) are installed in thousands of leading quick and table service operations. Intura is excited about our new partnership with Logic Controls and how it enhances the use of our Intura Vision POS solution,”stated Gary W. Peek II, president of Intura.

In addition to a kitchen display system featuring the fanless LC8200 industrial computer and KB1700 bump bar, Intura tested the LogicTouch all-in-one touch terminals as well as various Logic Controls peripheral devices including customer displays, magnetic stripe readers and cash drawers. Logic Controls met or exceeded Intura¡¦s certification requirements for performance, footprint, MTBF standards, cable management and adherence to technology standards such as Ole for Retail POS (OPOS).
Intura software solutions are world class and we are pleased to have Intura as a partner,” stated Jackson Lum, president of Logic Controls.

A customized version of the Logic Controls KB1700 bump bar with an Intura-specific template may be ordered through Intura or Logic Controls distribution partners. For more information on any Intura product or service visit the Intura website at www.intura.com.

About Logic Controls
Logic Controls, Inc. designs and manufactures point-of-sale (POS) and kitchen video display systems, POS peripherals and industrial computers. Logic Controls offers both integrated POS systems and distributed POS bundles. In the mid-1990s, Logic Controls started to offer kitchen display system hardware when it introduced the Logic Net® products. Logic Net® was originally designed to meet IBM’s restaurant system requirements and was subsequently private labeled by IBM. Logic Controls’ broad POS peripheral product line includes customer pole displays, programmable keyboards, cash drawers, magnetic stripe readers and touch screen monitors. It is known for having the industry’s most popular and reliable customer displays. Logic Controls line of industrial computers are known for being fanless and having ultra-compact form factors.