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ATLANTA -- Technology provider NCR Corp. here said yesterday it plans to debut the next generation NCR RealPOS DynaKey -- its point-of-sale (POS) interface for cashier training and productivity -- at the National Retail Federation convention in New York, Jan. 14-17.
The company claims that the latest version of DynaKey offers all the benefits of previous models with added features, including a larger 15-inch color display, forward/backward function keys, optional capacitive touch screen, and optional integrated biometrics.
"NCR was first to introduce the concept of combining dynamic keys with a display, for an intuitive POS interface that works the way cashiers think," said Greg Egan, NCR v.p. for Assisted-Service Solutions, in a statement. "DynaKey customers have reported measurable reductions in training time and notable increases in productivity at the checkout when compared to standard touch configurations.
"DynaKey has been improved continuously over the years and now we've made it even better," Egan continued. "The feedback from our test site installations with retailers in the U.S. and other countries has been extremely positive and enthusiastic."
NCR RealPOS DynaKey is now available with an optional integrated fingerprint reader for retailers who want to add or enhance applications for POS access and timekeeping. With the optical sensor, which can be added as a field upgrade, employees use their uniquely identifiable fingerprint instead of traditional passwords, swipe cards, or keys that can be forgotten, lost, or exchanged among users.
Even with a larger display and additional function keys, DynaKey maintains a slim profile in order to help retailers save valuable counter space.