ARLINGTON, Texas — April 7, 2009 — Intura Solutions, LP (Intura), a leading manufacturer of point-of-sale (POS) and enterprise management software for quick service, fast casual and delivery restaurant concepts, today announced that the 59th Medical Wing of the United States Air Force has awarded the contract to provide a new POS solution for the hospital cafeteria located at the Wilford Hall Medical Center (WHMC).
“Intura is excited about winning this government contract with the US Air Force for one of the largest military hospitals in the world,” stated Joe Berryman, vice president of sales for Intura. “One of their primary concerns when selecting a new system was reliability and performance in order to handle up to 3,600 orders in a single day.”
The needs of the WHMC required them to replace an ineffective POS system that was unable to meet the high-volume transaction level while maintaining consistent and reliable operations throughout the week. In addition, their requirements included powerful POS workstations, customer displays, cash drawers, power conditioners and integrated scales for selling products by weight.
“Intura installed the system during the last week of March and everything went extremely smooth,” continued Berryman. “The system is performing well and the cashiers and management personnel are more than satisfied with the results.”
Later this year, Intura will also implement an interface with the Computrition DoD-mandated accounting system during the 2nd phase of the installation. For more information on any Intura product or service visit the Intura website at www.intura.com.
About US Air Force 59th Medical Wing
The 59th Medical Wing (59 MDW) is the Air Force’s premier medical facility, located at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. The 59 MDW operates the Wilford Hall Medical Center (WHMC) and has over 5,650 people assigned to this wing. WHMC is a Level I trauma center, provides a virtually complete spectrum of medical care and has 224 staffed beds, 21 operating rooms and 169 dental treatment rooms. A typical day at the 59 MDW includes 2,400 patient visits, 9,589 prescriptions dispensed, 40 patients admitted, 40 surgeries performed, 5 babies delivered, 11,232 lab procedures and 2,500 meals served. For more information visit their website at www.whmc.af.mil.
About Intura Solutions
Intura™ Solutions is a leading developer of POS and business intelligence solutions for fast casual, quick service and delivery segments of the restaurant industry. Intura builds on a history that started in 1990, with Intura Vision, a restaurant POS and management system, and Intura Enterprise, a corporate communications portal and data warehouse for management of multi-unit restaurant organizations.
Some of Intura’s valued customers include OrangeCup, Garlic Jim’s Famous Gourmet Pizza, Booster Juice, Trios Healthy Sandwiches, Hungry Howie’s Pizza, Dunkin’ Donuts, Pizza Plus, Chicken Express, Jet City Pizza, Toppers Pizza, New York Fries, Pizza Inn and Ba-Da Wings. In 2001, Domino’s Pizza selected the Vision software product as its next generation store system now known as Domino’s Pulse.
Gary W. Peek II