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    Stewart's Turns to NCR

    Convenience store chain to deploy RealPOS in all of its 300-plus locations.

    SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- Stewart's Shops Corp. selected Atlanta-based NCR Corp.'s RealPOS 70 point-of-sale (POS) workstation for its 314 convenience stores in New York and Vermont. The rollout is scheduled for completion in June of 2004.

    A privately held company, Stewart's is nearly one-third employee-owned and takes pride in offering a comfortable and friendly atmosphere in which to shop and work.

    "Our criteria for a new POS system included technology that will serve us well into the future and reduce our POS support costs," said Stewart's senior vice president Nancy Trimbur. "The NCR RealPOS 70 offered what we wanted in a rugged, touchscreen workstation that will help us enhance our business operations and customer service with a reduced cost of ownership."

    The newest member of NCR's family of POS workstations, the RealPOS 70 provides tool-free serviceability and is built around Intel's EmbeddedATX specification for a stable POS platform and extended lifecycle.

    "Stewart's Shops works hard at getting to know its customers and enhancing their shopping experience," said NCR vice president of solution sales Nelson Gomez. "We engineered the NCR RealPOS 70 so companies like Stewart's can focus on their business and improve their associates' productivity, the things that are most important to their success."

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