OrderTalk launches iPad ordering solution

 
June 21, 2010 | by
OrderTalk Inc. has launched a new ordering platform designed for servers or guests to place food orders while in line or right from the table through an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.
 
Now available for quick-service and full service restaurants, the proprietary ordering platform is downloaded as an application for servers or for patrons. Already in use, the program replaces hand-held terminals and allows servers to take table and in-store orders on an iPad. The orders are then sent directly to the point-of-sale system or a ticket printer in the kitchen, which eliminates errors and allows for quicker, more efficient service.
 
"This application is perfect for restaurants that want a 'line buster' approach so customers can order in line and then have their order ready when they get to the counter," said Patrick Eldon, CEO of orderTalk Inc., in a news release. "It also works in casual dining, allowing guests to order and pay directly at their table from their personal or restaurant supplied devices."
 
The customer platform also allows for customer pre-ordering via downloadable applications built specifically for their favorite food destinations on their iPad, iPhone or iTouch. These restaurant specific applications allow patrons to place pick-up or delivery orders, browse and select menu items for an in-location experience and even pay the bill directly from their hand-held devices.
 
Since 1999, orderTalk Inc. has provided the restaurant industry with online ordering solutions including remote ordering, mobile applications and social media applications.

Topics: Online Ordering , POS , Service , Systems / Technology


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