The alliance allows both companies and their resellers to offer the XPIENT suite of solutions on Panasonic hardware platforms, including Panasonic’s new Stingray workstation. Stingray’s modular design allows for do-it-yourself troubleshooting, servicing, and upgrades, reducing downtime and saving money on costly technician visits. Stingray's open architecture runs virtually any operating system, allowing users to integrate XPIENT’s software solutions.
The addition of XPIENT’s powerful POS software solutions provides resellers and end users with the ability to configure customized turnkey POS system solutions that are fully scalable to accommodate all their present and future needs.
“Our newly formed relationship with XPIENT enhances both companies’ ability to deliver advanced POS solutions for the quick service and hospitality industries that will result in significant new sales opportunities and continued growth in the POS market,” says Doyle Ledford, Director, Panasonic Information Systems.