An innovative cloud-based electronic point of sale (EPOS) app is giving restaurateurs a complete view of their business – wherever they are.
The solution, from NFS Technology Group – is a unique and mature cloud-based app that is now being used by 45,000 businesses all over the world.
Luis De Souza, Chief Executive of NFS Technology Group, said: “We’ve introduced this solution to respond to a growing need from restaurants for easy online access to the real-time data that gives you a competitive edge.
“The app is simple to use on an iPad and gives you all the features you need to boost sales and improve efficiency.”
NFS Technology Group is a UK-based international company that specialises in hospitality software that helps restaurants, bars and hotels to streamline their operations and create the perfect guest experience.
The company is the gold sponsor of the Restaurant Association’s 50th anniversary celebrations this year, and includes prestigious names including Honest Burger, Dishoom and Brew Dog among its customers.
NFS’ cloud-based EPOS system has been designed with flexibility and scalability in mind.
“It delivers whether you’re an independent operator or a multi-site group,” said Luis. “And because the system is cloud-based you can keep an eye on your business performance wherever you are.”
The technology has an easy-to-use interface that means staff are up and running on it in hours. It provides marketing and loyalty-promoting capabilities and advanced business intelligence so restaurant owners can drill down on sales data in detail.
“Our solution provides immediate ROI because it’s available at an affordable monthly cost that includes integrated loyalty, email marketing and inventory control – all backed by our 24/7 live customer support team,” said Luis.
“We know the restaurant industry is facing some severe challenges in 2018, but we’re confident that our cloud-based EPOS system can help establishments strengthen their operations and customer service while keeping costs under control.”
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