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DelaGet Awarded Second Patent for Point-of-Sale Data Reporting

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“DelaGet CEO Bruce Clark said, “The issuance of our second patent solidifies and confirms DelaGet’s market leadership role in providing integrated information services to multi-unit operators in the restaurant industry.”"
A second patent has been awarded to DelaGet LLC, a leading provider of analytics and financial services, for its proprietary systems and methods related to point-of-sale data reporting.

Minneapolis, MN, USA (April 11, 2014) — DelaGet LLC, a leading provider of analytics and financial services to the restaurant industry, announced it has been awarded a second patent for its proprietary systems and methods related to point-of-sale data reporting.

The Company’s integrated information services platform provides invaluable insights on the factors that drive revenue up and costs down, with a full-suite of tools including reporting, integration and export, loss prevention and payroll and accounting.

DelaGet CEO Bruce Clark said, “The issuance of our second patent solidifies and confirms DelaGet’s market leadership role in providing integrated information services to multi-unit operators in the restaurant industry. DelaGet was one of the first companies to offer above-store reporting and today we serve a growing list of restaurant brands.”

About DelaGet, LLC:

DelaGet LLC is a trusted partner of multi-unit restaurant operators around the world, servicing more than 10,000 restaurants. DelaGet leverages restaurant data from multiple sources to increase operator efficiency and profitability. DelaGet has been awarded Patents #6,633,851 and 8,662,385 by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. For more information: http://www.delaget.com

Media Contact
Company Name: DelaGet
Contact Person: Jean Golden
Email: jean@goldenpublicity.com
Phone: 612-385-2324
Address:6608 Flying Cloud Drive, Eden Prairie
City: Minneapolis
State: MN
Country: United States
Website: http://www.delaget.com

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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