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How to integrate your POS into your restaurant

POS systems offer a wealth of data that restaurants can use to understand and appeal to customers.


3 benefits of fully integrated restaurants

For operators who haven’t taken the plunge yet, the so-called integrated restaurant can seem like a daunting undertaking.

While many restaurants are aware of the labor-saving power of artificial intelligence, they may not be as aware that this technology can also be a sales-boosting tool by providing more personalized service for customers.

Cybersecurity is an ongoing challenge for restaurants. Operators who do not prioritize security risk their valuable information that is likely to get hacked.

Delivery and speed are the top components of efficiency in this marketplace. Because of this restaurants such as the have a leg up when it comes to delivery.

Data protection is paramount to upholding a restaurant’s most important assets. How much do they know about the products/services their security vendor provides?

One way to circumvent the margin loss from online ordering and delivery is to use a provider like PDQ POS, which offers PDQ Online Ordering (OO), a native, built-in online-ordering platform that can be used standalone or in concert with any third party service.

PDQ POS is able to assign, track and measure delivery services—down to the sales generated on a given day by each driver—so that the customer knows exactly how drivers are performing, at which time of day and on what delivery routes.

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