Next Gen Dine Vamps Up Point of Sale with Integration of IBM DB2

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Next Gen Dine by Prelag LLC revamps mobile point of sale with the integration of IBM DB2.

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Next Gen Dine by Prelag Partners LLC is now completely revamped with the integration of IBM DB2. The integration of DB2 enhanced the speed and reliability of Next Gen Dine mobile point of sale.

Users immediately noticed the remarkable change in speed and reliability when the update went live. DB2 processes large amounts of data in rapid amounts of speed which allows for all data to be processed in real time.

DB2 by IBM is currently the most stable database in existence and is able to process various forms of data, including big data and unstructured data.

Next Gen Dine offers restaurants faster and better service with the integration of the IBM DB2.

Next Gen Dine maximizes restaurant efficiency is the future of restaurant dining. For more information about the product or to find out how your restaurant can take part of Next Gen Dine, contact Paul Roberts, Managing Partner at 1-877-342-2218 or paul(at)nextgendine(dot)com. Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn.

About Next Gen Dine

Next Gen Dine is a product of Prelag Partners LLC.

Next Gen Dine is a cloud-based, mobile restaurant point of sale software designed for the iPad. Restaurant owners can now capitalize on the benefits of a full-featured POS system for a fraction of the cost of a traditional POS. Due to the mobility offered by the software, employees can take orders directly at the table, take credit card payments at the customer’s side, and drastically improve restaurant operating efficiency. Orders placed are sent directly to the appropriate prep station, therefore decreasing order turnaround time. Next Gen Dine also offers restaurant owners customer loyalty, gift card, social media, and fine-grained marketing tools.

To learn more about Next Gen Dine and services offered, please visit the company’s website at

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