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POS & QR Code

POS systems are a great way to manage your business. Most restaurants, bars, and cafes have POS systems, but few know how to use them effectively. Entrepreneurs in the hospitality industry are always looking for new ways to be more productive. Whatever improvement you are looking for, whether it's improving productivity, reducing human error or improving staff management, there are always new ways to become more efficient.


Using your POS system effectively can drive efficiency and lead to increased sales in your business.



1. Increase in sales by using promotion

Upon scanning a QR code, your customers will access your discounts and promotions at the point of sale. By making QR codes more accessible and easy to use, you can drive more traffic to the special offers you're running and boost your sales.


2. Update Your Menus Easily

It can be time consuming and tedious to change all of your menus individually. Just when you think you're done, another change comes along. Daily specials and selling out of items can be difficult to manage - it's a never-ending cycle.

All your POS devices automatically sync menu updates from one POS to another in real time thanks to a Cloud POS. Having your menu updated automatically will save you time that can be spent on other tasks and you can ensure that your menu is always accurate.


3. Get more and process orders faster by using QR scanning

With a QR Online Ordering system, you can be sure you'll get a quick response. The faster the orders can be placed and received, the happier your customers will be, and the more orders will be processed in less time.

You can always provide your customers with what they ask for with QR ordering despite its speed. Your business will remain hygienic and safe during this time with contact-free ordering and faster order fulfillment.

By eliminating the need to continually reprint menus you can further reduce paper waste. Your environmental impact will be significantly reduced and your costs will be reduced.




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