ShopKeep iPad POS system enters the QSR market

 
Nov. 15, 2012

ShopKeep POS has announced its entry into the quick-serve market with full kitchen printing capabilities.

To meet customer and merchant needs, ShopKeep POS has developed a way to modify an order, adjust the price accordingly and print it to the kitchen all on an iPad POS. This new enhancement is currently available to merchants in the App Store.

"How many times have you walked into a cafe and they are writing orders down on a pen and pad of paper and then ringing you up separately?" asks Jason Richelson, CEO and founder of ShopKeep POS. "Our latest release takes all of that that friction away. You can select an item, add all the options and modify the price, all in one fell swoop right from your ShopKeep POS iPad register. Best of all, the order automatically prints to the kitchen, which keeps operations running smoothly, especially at peak times."

Many restaurants have already started using ShopKeep POS. This latest feature allows the New York City tech start up to compete more aggressively with other restaurant point-of-sale systems, reducing the gap between tablet-based technology and more traditional PC-based point-of-sale solutions.

The announcement comes on the heels of the ShopKeep POS time clock feature release earlier this month, which makes it easier for business owners to keep track of employee and manager shifts from the iPad register.

ShopKeep POS is currently in use at more than 3,000 locations, managing inventory and customers, and facilitating transactions from an iPad. The subscription-based service includes unlimited seven-days-a-week customer care by phone, email and online chat.

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Topics: Operations Management , POS , Systems / Technology


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