Army and Air Force Exchange Service deploys NCR services

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has deployed NCR RealPOS 72XRT systems while replacing 6000 points of sale terminals.

The new technology from NCR will replace non-NCR terminals in both its retail and food services locations, and will be maintained globally by NCR Services.

The AAFES operates more than 3,100 facilities worldwide, in more than 30 countries, five US territories and 50 states.

The POS system is built with Intel processors inside and features Intel Active Management Technology.

NCR RealPOS 72XRT provides intelligent processing power to drive new applications, remote manageability and enhance security to deliver value for the Exchange.

The system will also provide tool-free access to components which enables fast and easy service and upgrades, with EZ-Glide Blade system.

Company officials said in order to reduce downtime and lower support costs, the RealPOS 72XRT provides access to system health with advanced remote management capabilities.


“The Army and Air Force Exchange Service needed a flexible and dependable solution to deliver its high levels of customer service worldwide,” said Stan Ratcliffe, president, NCR Government Systems.

Few days ago, Save Mart Supermarkets deployed NCR and Inmar Digital Promotions Network to drive customer loyalty online, on mobile and in store.

NCR Corporation announced in January this year that Jake’s Finer Foods, a foodservice distributor serving Texas and Louisiana is using NCR Power Delivery to automate the process of food service delivery.

Last month, Maxeda DIY Group announced the deployment of NCR technology to improve customer service and increase sales.

NCR enables nearly 550 million transactions daily across retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom and technology and small business.

Shilpa Khatri
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