Burger King Initiates Nationwide POS Instillations

| July 08, 2008

Burger King Corp. is pleased to announce that they have selected MICROS Systems' RES 4.0 point-of-sale solutions for all of its approximate 800 company-owned restaurants in the United States. The deployment is scheduled to begin in Atlanta, GA in the summer of 2008, with 50 locations. The remaining company-owned restaurants will be completed over the next two years.

In addition to POS, Burger King Corp. will procure MICROS implementation services for training, installation and go-live support. In the future, Burger King Corp. also plans to utilize the MICROS Help Desk and hardware services.

After extensively evaluating multiple POS solutions, Burger King Corp. selected the entire suite of MICROS products. MICROS offers Burger King Corp. a fully integrated solution with enterprise management tools to control restaurant level databases for both POS and back-office applications. With MICROS RES 4.0, Burger King Corp. is able to apply enhanced consistency to its restaurants' menus and pricing. It will also allow the Company to nimbly respond to the needs of local restaurant markets.

"Upon deciding to standardize on a POS solution across our company-owned locations in the United States, our team recommended MICROS as the right POS system for our restaurants. They cited their service and support capabilities as key differentiators," states Raj Rawal, senior vice president and chief information officer for Burger King Corp. "We are impressed with the functionality of RES 4.0, as well as MICROS's ability to quickly assimilate and integrate to our specific operational environment."

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