Gossard, the maker of the WonderBra, has become an IBM customer. The company announced last week that it has signed a #30,000 contract with the computer giant to streamline its retail management operations. The rollout of the new IBM SureOne EPOS terminals, running IBM retail application software, is now underway, and is expected to be completed later in the year. The terminals are being installed by Microsoft Solutions Provider KPOS. "IBM has provided us with a solution that fits within a very tight budget but still more than meets our functional requirements," commented Mark Vardy, UK management accountant for Gossard.
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