Dunkin' Opts for Radiant

POS system to speed service

ATLANTA -- Radiant Systems Inc. announced that Dunkin' Brands has selected Radiant as the exclusive point-of-sale (POS) technology provider for its U.S. Dunkin' Donuts restaurants. Franchisees will be offered a fully integrated Radiant technology solution, including software and hardware for point of sale, order confirmation and kitchen displays.

Over the last three years, Radiant has served as one of two approved store POS technology providers for Dunkin' Donuts. The Radiant solution is currently installed in more than 1,000 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants.[image-nocss]

The Radiant solution is expected to provide benefits that support Dunkin' Donuts' operational goals, such as improving speed of service and order accuracy. The easy-to-use solution will also provide heightened visibility into store performance, facilitate more effective regional product tests and new product rollouts, and improve the customer experience.

Dunkin' Brands' selection of Radiant is a testament to the hard work and expertise the Radiant team has exhibited over the last three years, and it demonstrates the confidence the franchisee community has in our solution and deployment capabilities, said Andy Heyman, chief operating officer at Radiant Systems. We are excited to support the vision of Dunkin' Brands and its franchisee partners.

Atlanta-based Radiant Systems Inc. provides innovative technology to the hospitality and retail industries. Radiant's hardware and software solutions are deployed in more than 85,000 restaurants, retail stores, cinemas, convenience stores, fuel centers and other customer-service venues across more than 100 countries.

With more than 13,000 franchises in 50 countries worldwide, Canton, Mass.-based Dunkin' Brands Inc. is renowned for its leadership in the quick quality restaurant category. There were 7,123 Dunkin' Donuts restaurants, 5,838 Baskin-Robbins restaurants and 280 Togo's restaurants with systemwide sales of $6.1 billion at the end of fiscal 2006.

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