Is NCR Divesting Aloha POS? Maybe They Should

Jordan Thaeler
Mar 15, 2018 · 1 min read

With so many acquisitions being made in the payments industry we’ve heard from numerous sources now that NCR is looking to divest Aloha — the restaurant POS asset under Radiant, a company it bought for $1.2B in 2011.

We don’t know if there’s any truth to this, but we think, if anything, NCR needs to sell its hardware businesses and keep the retail and hospitality software units. Or, realistically, sell the software opportunity to someone else. To understand why, we need to better understand NCR.

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