ARMONK, N.Y. — IBM’s agreement this week to sell its Retail Store Solutions (RSS) business, which includes its POS hardware and software products, to POS system maker Toshiba TEC, Tokyo, promises to shake up the POS systems market for food retailers, and form a more level playing field for POS technology suppliers, said Greg Buzek, president of IHL Group, Franklin, Tenn.
Ever since the early 90s, “IBM has had an overall dominant position (70% or higher) in ...
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