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MICROS To Present At The Stifel 2014 Technology Conference

COLUMBIA, Md., Feb. 10, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MICROS Systems, Inc. (Nasdaq:MCRS), a leading supplier of information systems to the hospitality and retail industries, today announced that its Executive Vice President of  Investor Relations, Peter J. Rogers, Jr., will present at the Stifel 2014 Technology Conference being held from February 10-12, 2014 in San Francisco, California.

Mr. Rogers's presentation about MICROS is scheduled from 8:00 am to 8:30 am, Pacific Standard Time, on Wednesday, February 12, 2014.  The presentation will be conducted in a question and answer session directed by Mr. Brad Reback, a Stifel equity analyst, to Mr. Rogers.

The presentation is being webcast with a web address of 

http://www.veracast.com/webcasts/stifel/technology2014/41301276952.cfm

MICROS's investors and other interested parties who are not attending the conference are invited to listen to the presentation via the webcast.  The webcast will be available for 30 days after the presentation.

MICROS Systems, Inc. provides leading enterprise-wide applications, services and hardware for the hospitality and retail industries. Serving an extensive portfolio of clients worldwide, MICROS solutions are utilized in hotels, casinos, table and quick service restaurants, retail, leisure and entertainment, fuel and convenience, cruise, and travel operations in more than 180 countries, and on all seven continents. MICROS combines its industry knowledge and expertise to provide cloud-based, mobile and on premise solutions that allow its clients to streamline operations and successfully engage their customers. 

MICROS applications include point of sale, property management, central systems, business intelligence, eCommerce, loyalty, CRM, loss prevention, distributed order management, labor management, inventory management, and merchandise planning solutions. MICROS services include hosting and SaaS, platform implementation and integration, strategic business consulting, interactive marketing, design services including creative and user experience, and managed services. MICROS stock is traded through NASDAQ under the symbol MCRS. 

About MICROS Systems, Inc.
Additional information about MICROS can be obtained by calling MICROS's Investor Relations Department at 443.285.6163

The MICROS logo is a registered trademark of MICROS Systems, Inc.

Contact: Peter J. Rogers, Jr.
Executive Vice President, Investor Relations
443-285-8059
[email protected]

SOURCE MICROS Systems, Inc.

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