Updated from 7:02 a.m. EDTBy Guest Columnist Chris Fernandez of PeakStocks.com On Monday, Sept. 22, entertainment and hospitality software development company uWink ( UWKI) announced its second software licensing deal to install four of its touch-screen terminals in a Chili's Too Margarita Bar at the Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport as a pilot program for possible expansion into many more locations. The deal was made with the owner/operator of the Chili's location, Delaware North, a global hospitality, food service and retail provider, and with the approval of Brinker International ( EAT - Get Report), which owns, develops, operates and franchises 1,888 various restaurant brands under the Chili's Grill & Bar, On The Border Mexican Grill & Cantina, Maggiano's Little Italy, and Romano's Macaroni Grill brand names. So what does this deal mean for uWink, what is Delaware North -- and more important, will this yield entrance of uWink's terminals on a much larger scale to other Chili's restaurants and other locations within the airport industry that are run by Delaware North? Visit Stockpickr to read more.
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