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Four Chinese Shopping Centers Buy NCR POS Terminals

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U.S.-based NCR Corporation says it has sold 240 new point-of-sale terminals to four major shopping malls in China.

Those four shopping malls are Beijing Baishang Life Mall, Chengdu Global Shopping Mall Ocean Amusement Park, Chengde Golden Dragon Royal Shopping Mall and Baoding Ginza Mall.

The malls in Beijing, Chengdu, Chengde and Baoding are partnering with NCR to enhance the shopping experience with faster, more personalized check-out experiences.

The 240 NCR RealPOS point-of-sale terminals were sold through NCR's major retail distributor in China, Beijing Ankexinchuang Science and Technology Development Company Ltd. and will be installed this year.

Beijing Baishang Life Mall is the biggest commercial complex in the city's south. Chengdu Global shopping Mall Ocean Amusement Park is the city's newly launched high-style one-stop shopping complex for shopping, hospitality, entertainment and leisure. When completed in August, Chengde Golden Dragon Royal Shopping Mall will be the largest shopping center of the city. And Baoding Ginza Mall is the city's first landmark commercial building complex.

Beijing Ankexinchuang Science and Technology Development Co. Ltd was founded in 2003 with a registered capital of CNY5 million. It is a IT system integration technology company with research, development and sales.

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