Logic Controls Adds Industry Veteran to Executive Team

Press Releases - August 18, 2008

August 18, 2008, New Hyde Park, NY. – Logic Controls, Inc., designer and manufacturer of the leading POS and kitchen display systems, peripherals and industrial computers, is pleased to announce the appointment of Jack Confrey as Director of Sales and Marketing.

Jack will be an enormous asset to Logic Controls due to his long association with, and key relationships within, the Retail and QSR markets,¡¨ states Jackson Lum, President and CEO. ¡§We are particularly pleased that his engineering and high-tech expertise will aid Logic Controls in communicating the customer value of our technologically-advanced and broad product lineJack will lead the sales team of Logic Controls as well as develop and manage marketing activities including website, customer outreach and support, public relations and trade shows.

Jack has served the POS industry for over two decades, having been VP and GM of Epson OEM, Executive VP of Citizen and VP Sales and Marketing of Axiohm, SCM Microsystems and Mindmaker. In addition he held various positions at Olivetti and M-S Cash Drawer. Jack holds a Bachelor¡¦s Degree in Mechanical Engineering from MIT and an MBA from the University of Chicago.

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.