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Star Micronics and MMF POS Cash In on mPOS Solution

EDISON, NJ and WHEELING, IL -- (Marketwired) -- 03/20/14 -- MMF POS, a leading supplier of cash drawers and accessories, has chosen Star Micronics to help strengthen its mobile POS (mPOS) cash management solution. Star Micronics' DK-AirCash units will enable wireless control of MMF cash drawers, including the Advantage® ADV-INABOX Drawer as well as the VAL-u Line® Series drawers.

MMF's Advantage® ADV-INABOX Drawer is a robust printer-driven 24V Cash Drawer with Star® Interface Kwick Kable bundled all INABOX. This package also comes standard with the patented LockIt™ feature, a hidden locked compartment beneath the currency till for safe storage of larger bills. In addition to its Advantage® ADV-INABOX Drawer, MMF's VAL-u Line® Series 13"x16" and 13"x13" drawers (Electronic 24Vdc version) offer customers a cost-effective and compact cash management solution with durable construction and high-quality standards.

"We chose Star Micronics because of their progressive mPOS technology," Phil Oyos, Sales and Marketing Manager, MMF POS, said. "Integrating the DK AirCash enables us to offer a complete, robust mobile solution and empowers our customers to keep pace with the rapidly growing trend towards mobility."

Once integrated, Star's DK-AirCash enables communication from a tablet device and mobile printer with the cash drawer. Traditionally, cash drawers are controlled manually (key operated), by a wired connection to a PC or through a wired connection to a printer. The DK-AirCash enables the control of the cash drawer either directly through an Ethernet, Bluetooth or MFi certified Bluetooth connection. Star's DK-AirCash makes wireless operation of cash drawers possible. With MFi certification from Apple®, Star's DK-AirCash is compatible with popular Apple® devices such as iPhone®, iPad® and iPod touch® in addition to devices running on Android and Windows platforms.

About Star Micronics America

Star Micronics America, Inc. is a subsidiary of Star Micronics Company Ltd., one of the largest small printer manufacturers world-wide. Star Micronics also manufactures high-precision machine tools and precision parts. Star Micronics Company Ltd. is ranked as one of the Top 50 "Most Stable" Japanese companies on the Japanese Nikkei. For more information, visit www.starmicronics.com or call 800-782-7636.

About MMF POS

MMF POS, a division of Block and Company, is a leading manufacturer of cash drawers, POS mounting systems and other accessories. We provide a complete line of high quality product solutions to enhance the retail checkout environment. With a global supply chain footprint, MMF POS builds industry-leading products and maintains a passion for service and excellent aftermarket support.

MMF POS products are used in a wide variety of customer service markets including Retail, Specialty, Grocery, Hospitality, Convenience Stores, Office Supplies and Banking. Custom design services are also available from MMF POS. For more information, visit www.mmfpos.com or call 800-769-1954.

Media Contacts:

Henry Shen
Star Micronics America, Inc.
Email Contact
(732) 623-5500 x580

Lori Clapper
SkyRocket Group, Inc.
Email Contact
(814) 833-2373 x 105

Phil Oyos
Sales and Marketing Manager
MMF
Email Contact
(847)215-3651

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