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The world is increasingly turning to mobile solutions – from how we book ride services to how we shop for clothes and electronics, it’s all done in the palms of our hands. It’s only natural then that restaurants are also turning to mobile tech solutions to solve common food industry headaches, improve profit margins, and provide a better overall experience for customers and staff.

There are a number of considerations to account for when selecting your retail point of sale (POS) system—hardware, software, peripherals, features, and so much more. One of the most foundational aspects is the operating system (OS) that your POS software will run on.

What are your thoughts on the evolution of the POS system? Point of Sales systems have come a long way and with all this innovation, it’s hard to believe that ultimately, a POS system was originally developed to collect and track payments from customers.



Jason Welch

Business Development Manager
Phone: 800-354-9776 ext. 3481
Email: jwelch@bluestarinc.com

Product Spotlight

The Quest III Rugged POS Tablet with Cherry Trail Processor and EMV Level 3 Certification

The Quest III rugged POS tablet takes the point of sale-specialized design of the Quest II to the next level. With the new Intel™ Atom™ Cherry Trail CPU and standard 64 GB storage, this device is well-equipped to deliver high quality performance over long hours. With 7-inch and 10-inch options available, the device is retail-hardened with an IP rating of IP54 and a 4-foot drop specification.