The NCR Corporation specializes in technology for cash registers and point of purchase machines for retail, financial, healthcare, food services and other entertainment driven industries. Products manufactured and sold by NCR include self-service kiosks, ATMs, check processing systems and barcode scanners. Each of these products requires cartridges of inkjet, laser toner or specially designed ribbon cassettes to print out receipts and other documentation. Inkgrabber.com carries a full line of genuine, remanufactured and compatible ink products that can stock any NCR machine from cash register to ATM to restaurant ticket machines all at a low cost to the consumer.
The history of NCR begins in 1884, formerly known as the National Manufacturing Company, when it established a manufacturing base for the first cash register invented by James Ritty. Upon selling the patents to John Henry and Frank Jefferson Patterson the company was renamed the National Cash Register Company, henceforth the NCR moniker. Through shrewd marketing and keen demonstration the Patterson brothers were able to convince a leery clientele that the cash register, at the time a very expensive item, was worth purchasing. The Pattersons were able to show shop owners that they could cut down on employee theft.
The company rapidly grew to become the standard bearer in retail management, buying up the competition along the way until it was found guilty of violating the Sherman Antitrust Act in 1912. The convictions wee overturned in 1915 after it was found that defense evidence had been banned from admission in the case. Over the next 70 years the company grew exponentially creating more innovative retail machines as well as small computers and ATM machines. AT&T finally bought the company in 1991 where it was joined with the Teradata Corporation. It became a subsidiary of the telecom giant until it emerged once again as a stand-alone business in 1997.
Based in Duluth, Georgia, NCR is the preeminent purveyor of retail machines as well ATMs for use in retail outlets and banking centers. The company plans on relocating the corporate headquarters back to Dayton, Ohio, where the company initially was based. The need to stock the machines that NCR have invented and sold is a daunting task. Inkgrabber.com is fully able to meet the need of the NCR device owner, providing top-notch customer service and carrying a premium stock of ink products guaranteed to perform up to NCR machine standards.