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Enter Draw to Win POS Software License from Andromeda POS

Get a quote from Andromeda POS and your price might just be free. Andromeda POS has solutions for delivery/take out, pizza and quick service restaurants.

2013-01-21
SEATTLE, WA, January 21, 2013 (Press-News.org) Point of Sale Software helps restaurants save costs, grow revenue and improve speed of service. How much does it cost to improve your business? Restaurant owners who ask for a quote through the company's website to find out "how much" just might be the lucky winners who get it for free. Every month while this offer stands, Andromeda POS will choose a random winner from everyone who requested a quote; the winner gets the software for free!

"It only takes two minutes to fill out the form and you're entered, so if you're a restaurant owner or manager looking to manage your business more effectively with a POS, what have you got to lose?" says Andromeda Vice President (Americas) David Hick.

"Andromeda POS' customers in the food and beverage sector know that point of sale software provides a return on investment in increased customer loyalty, reduced operating expenses and a boosted bottom line. We all procrastinate about various things, but if looking into getting a POS solution was on your list, we suggest you get it while it's hot - this promotion is only for a limited time and we're choosing just one winner per month." Full promotional terms and conditions are on the Andromeda POS website.

Attendees of the upcoming Pizza Expo in Las Vegas happening March 19-21 will get an even better shot at winning, with daily draws for a free Andromeda POS software license. "If you're in the pizza restaurant industry, you simply can't do without point of sale software," Hick says. "We're glad to be able to show off our award-winning, industry leading solution to a marketplace that understands the value of better processes and useful data to help their business' bottom line.

About Andromeda Point of Sale
Formed in 1999 by Ben Portsmouth and Ben Cole, Andromeda Point of Sale Restaurant Software has been designed by restaurant people, for restaurant people. Mr. Cole and Mr. Portsmouth were employed in various roles at Pizza Hut and used their experience to design software systems and processes that work the way operators need it. The company has offices in the UK, France, India, Bulgaria, Canada and the United States and customers worldwide.

Website: http://www.andromedapos.com


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[Press-News.org] Enter Draw to Win POS Software License from Andromeda POS
Get a quote from Andromeda POS and your price might just be free. Andromeda POS has solutions for delivery/take out, pizza and quick service restaurants.