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POSBANK USA Announces Distribution Agreement With SYNNEX Corporation To Enhance STORESolv Solutions Offering

A New Choice for U.S. Point-of-Sale (POS) Value-Added Resellers

GARDENA, Calif., Feb. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- PBUS TECH, INC. (dba POSBANK USA), a global leader in the design and manufacturing of Point of Sale (POS) hardware and software products, is pleased to announce its distribution agreement with SYNNEX Corporation (NYSE:SNX), a leading distributor of IT products and services, utilizing SYNNEX' STORESolv POS products and services business unit.

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POSBANK USA hardware solutions comprise of cutting edge technologies such as all-in-one POS computers with an internal receipt printer housed in the base, which saves valuable space at the cash wrap, improves system cable management and allows for easier installation. Additionally, POSBANK USA's affordable, feature-packed POPs software suite for retail and restaurant environments offers an intuitive user interface enabling accelerated staff training and a myriad of tools and reporting capabilities giving daily operations optimum efficiency, increasing business profit margins.

"We are excited to collaborate with SYNNEX STORESolv group, a leading POS products distributor," said Mr. Steven Eun, CEO of POSBANK USA. "Our strategic relationship with SYNNEX STORESolv now gives U.S. POS VARs a new source for quality products and support for a complete Point-of-Sale hardware and software line offering success-centric solutions, backed by SYNNEX STORESolv's extensive distribution infrastructure and a service-oriented commitment to their resellers," Mr. Eun added.

"SYNNEX' distribution agreement with POSBANK USA presents targeted solutions that are
vital to our POS VARs' overall competitiveness in multiple retail verticals from one source," said
Peter Larocque, President, U.S. Distribution for SYNNEX Corporation. "POSBANK USA's high-quality
and cost-effective systems have not been readily available in the channel until now. They give our POS resellers attractive offerings to secure POS hardware and refresh opportunities with their end-user customer base."

To learn more about purchasing POSBANK USA solutions through SYNNEX STORESolv business unit, email [email protected], visit www.synnex.com/storesolv or call 800-456-4822 ext. 4893.

About PBUS TECH,  Inc 

PBUS TECH, INC (dba POSBANK USA), Gardena, Calif, USA is a division of POSBANK Co., Ltd, headquartered in Seoul, S. Korea.  POSBANK was founded in 1994 and is internationally recognized as a premiere POS hardware and software manufacturer with installs in 65 countries.  POSBANK's product line includes the ANYSHOP, ANYSHOP II and IMPREX all-in-one POS touch screen computers and a complete line of POS hardware peripherals.  For more company information, please visit www.posbankusa.com.

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