QR code on table
You can choose to stick QR codes on tables or place them on table tents. When diners scan the codes and order, orders will be sent to the POS system and printed at kitchen printers. As table numbers are included, food can be delivered right at tables accurately. To avoid the codes being used for the wrong purpose, customers need to pay on phone to confirm orders.
QR code on wall
If you are running a fast food or free seating restaurant, you may affix the code on wall. Customers entering the restaurants can scan the code, pay on phone and wait for turn to get food. Restaurants may also accept customers to pay at counter with a new QR code of the order bill which will be shown on phone for settlement.
QR code on table slip
Fine dining restaurants choose to print table slips with QR codes and put them on tables after guests are seated. The codes carry the corresponding table numbers. Customers scan the codes to place orders on their own or during the meal order additional items any time they wish to. In this scenario, the code will expire after a pre-set time limit to avoid being misused.
QR code on takeaway flyer
You may also print QR code on promotional takeaway flyer. After scanning the code, customers will be guided to choose the right outlet either for pick up or delivery before order placing.
Mix & match and member discounts
To suit the needs of your marketing strategies, we allow your customers to enjoy the same mix & match, promotion and member discounts, and ensure all bonus points and buying history of your customers are updated real time, no matter on which channels they place the orders.
Full set of cooking method modifiers
With its user friendly user interface, you can pre-set menus easily at back office and it will switch on respective menus for different meals of a day. It supports a full set of cooking method modifiers for customers to choose.