Brian Podraza Named President by RDS/DSI

Omaha, NEBrian Podraza HeadshotRetail Data Systems/DSI has named Brian Podraza its new President. Podraza started with NCR Corporation in 1988 and accepted a sales position with RDS Wisconsin in 1991. He moved to the Chicago branch where he was later named General Manager. In 2008, he became the VP of Operations and helped successfully navigate the company through a difficult economy with record-breaking results.

“I am honored to have been chosen by the board to lead RDS into the next exciting era of the Company,” said Brian Podraza. “I’m proud of how focused and energized our people are right now. Going forward we will leverage our unique core strengths to help grow the company to the next level.”

Podraza replaces Bob Seider who is retiring with 35 years in the POS industry. “On behalf of the entire RDS team, we want to thank Bob Seider for his leadership and vision. In his 8 years as President, Bob has transformed our company to its current level of success. He leaves with the company’s best wishes.”

About Retail Data Systems
Retail Data Systems (www.rdspos.com) is the largest provider of Point of Sale hardware and software in North America. Founded in 1950, RDS now operates over 25 offices serving customers across the nation providing complete Point of Sale technology. Our team of over 400 professionals ensures our customers the best 24/7/365 service available. Our list of industry-leading POS hardware and software products provides a variety of solutions for companies large and small.

Media Contact:

Drew Clausen
812-372-2000
dclausen@rdspos.com
rdspos.com

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