Microsoft .NET Framework Recieves a new Line of Tools: PAR Launches EverServ QSR Developer Suite


The new suite of .Net tools released by PAR enables operators to transition to a POS system that optimizes customer service and provides the foundation to enable future business initiatives. The new PAR EverServ QSR Suite is built on the Microsoft .NET framework, supporting aesthetic user experiences, seamless and secure communication and the ability to model a range of business processes.EverServ QSR point-of-service software is optimized for use with the Windows Embedded POSReady2009 platform and has been tested on Windows Embedded POSReady 7, Microsoft’s next generation platform delivering the power of Windows 7 to point-of-service solutions. The Windows Embedded POSReady 7 community technology preview (CTP) is currently available.

ParTech today launched their new EverServ QSR software solution for the Microsoft .NET framework

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