The restaurant pos system is the single most critical piece of technology in any kind of restaurant. Only 12% of restaurateurs feel that their POS is on the forefront of restaurant tech. Finding one that fits your needs can be a daunting task.

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Which restaurant POS is best for your business? The restaurant industry is slow to adopt new technologies. 12% of restaurateurs feel that their operations are leading-edge. – National Restaurant Association

But 4 out of 5 restaurant owners admit restaurant technology increases sales, improves productivity & provides a competitive advantage. -National Restaurant Association

The restaurant point-of-sale (POS) system is the single most critical piece of technology in a restaurant. 81% of restaurants use a POS or electronic register system. – National Restaurant Association

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There are 2 types of restaurant POS systems. 1) Legacy restaurant POS: “On-premise” or “traditional” POS system that stores information on local servers and run on a closed internal network. 2) Cloud-based restaurant POS: A tablet system that stores data on the web making information accessible anywhere you can get online.

49% of restaurants were looking for a tablet-based POS in 2016 -Hospitality Technology. 35% of restaurants were looking for a cloud-based POS in 2016 -Hospitality Technology

Cloud-based POS systems improve ease of use, communication & analytics for restaurant owners and managers. Which POS is best for your restaurant? Click here for more information about your restaurant pos.

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