How to Choose the Best Mobile POS System for your Restaurant

| April 18, 2019

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A restaurant mobile POS system is simply a handheld POS system. Typically, this is an Android tablet or an iPad. A handheld POS makes your order taking process faster. Making the flow of orders smoother. How? With a handheld POS system, the server can attend multiple tables in quick succession. Without having to move back and forth to the POS system, typically placed in one corner of the restaurant. Back in the days, there were bulky POS systems in restaurants. All other external connections had to be placed near the main system, leaving the counter table, a ‘wired’ mess. And server would take orders, walk all the way to this physical system, punch the order, then shuttle the Kitchen Order Ticket to the kitchen, pick up prepared food items and buss them to the table. You can imagine that this is a complicated workflow. Not to mention the busier days of your restaurant when this complexity multiplies. However, with the introduction to mobile POS systems, order processing has become more organized. The mobile POS devices today are compact and easier to carry around. Your mobile restaurant POS system takes care of all the operations you could possibly think of – billing, inventory to data reports. And what’s better? You can access it from anywhere.

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