The interface is consistent with the standard POS, so servers can start using it with almost no extra training. The iTouch POS also allows credit card transactions to be completed on the iPad and iPhone using the same card reader used in Apple Stores®. This optional device has an extended battery and built-in protective frame, so they are ideal for restaurant environments.
Features of Note:
Improved Customer Service
The iTouch POS can improve customer service by enabling your servers to stay on the floor where they’re needed. The iTouch POS allows servers to take and fire orders without ever walking to the kitchen, or even a workstation. In high traffic or arena environments, the iTouch POS allows servers to focus on serving customers, rather than running back and forth.
Complete POS Functionality
The iTouch POS puts all of the features of the standard terminal in the palm of your hand.* The iTouch POS interface mimics the standard POS, enabling servers to access all of the robust features of the traditional standard POS with almost no extra training. Digital Dining gives you the freedom of an iTouch POS without sacrificing functionality.
A Single Database
The iTouch POS accesses the same database as your standard POS registers and updates transaction data in real time. Thanks to its integrated data architecture, the iTouch POS provides a robust and dynamic interface without a cumbersome third-party program, and you can ramp it up without recreating a whole new set of setup files.
Integrated Credit Card Features
The iTouch POS provides customers with quicker service and better security from credit card “identity theft.” The iTouch POS supports portable credit card readers (including the readers used in most Apple Stores), so servers can swipe a credit card and complete a transaction without ever removing the card from the customer’s sight. The iTouch POS also supports portable belt printers, allowing servers to print credit card slips right at the table.
The iTouch POS puts the Item Out and Suggestive Selling features of the standard POS where they matter most: at the customer’s table. When a customer orders an item that is out of stock, the iTouch POS alerts the server, who can respond immediately and suggest an alternative item. The iTouch POS can also access recipes or photographs of menu items, enabling servers to answer customer questions with minimal guesswork.