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M2SYS , PCS Team

M2SYS Technology has formed a partnership with PCS Revenue Control Systems, a leading provider of foodservice management technology

ATLANTA, Ga. -- M2SYS Technology, a biometric technology research and development company, announced today it has formed a partnership with PCS Revenue Control Systems, a leading provider of foodservice management technology. This partnership will benefit school customers by enabling PCS to integrate and distribute M2SYS’ cutting edge fingerprint software technology, Bio-Plugin(TM), within their FASTRAK(TM) school meal software. The software application, now enhanced with fingerprint functionality, is currently available to PCS’s established customer base of more than 8,000 school systems across the U.S. In addition to FASTRAK(TM), many of PCS’s other POS solutions will also soon be available with the M2SYS fingerprint software.

“M2SYS offered unparalleled service, innovative technology, and affordable pricing,” commented David Yaniv, General Manager of PCS. “Bio-Plugin(TM) allowed us to address the demand for fingerprint technology in our market without the headache of having to learn and support the intricacies of biometric technology ourselves. We now have a scalable fingerprint software solution that is extremely easy to maintain and a trusted partner that will always provide us best-of-breed biometric technology.”

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