PAR SureCheck Advantage designed for food quality, task management

ParTech Inc (PAR), a subsidiary of PAR Technology Corporation (NYSE:PAR), announces the new PAR SureCheck Advantage.
The SureCheck Advantage is an IoT (Internet of Things) mobile solution designed for food quality and task management. With the SureCheck SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) model, users can perform checklists and easily access unlimited compliance data and reports. SureCheck Advantage features the latest in Intel architecture, allowing for integration of multiple functions in an all-in-one device that connects users to the IoT.
“Once again, PAR is leading the industry in providing a solution to the hospitality and food markets to maintain high quality products while protecting customers,” said Karen E Sammon, president of ParTech. “The launch of SureCheck Advantage is another great example of how PAR is expanding our role in the food safety environment utilizing cutting-edge technology.”
“Intel’s Internet of Things Group has a mission to drive business transformation by enabling our customers to deliver breakthrough productivity solutions,” said Joe Jensen, general manager, Retail Solutions Division, IoT Group, Intel Corp. “PAR’s SureCheck Advantage based on Intel Atom is an innovative technology solution for food safety that exemplifies our commitment to delivering on that mission.”
The hardware device powered by Intel Atom processor technology offers high performance with low power consumption. SureCheck Advantage provides increased operational efficiencies with its integrated temperature probe, bar code scanner, and RFID infrared temperature readers. SureCheck assures Hazard Analysis & Critical Control Points (HACCP) compliance while operational efficiencies are improved by 60% compared with traditional pen and paper. The cloud-based enterprise server helps maintain accurate records for auditing and analytics.
SureCheck Advantage will be available February 27, 2015. For more information, go to www.partech.com/foodsafety.
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