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“It’s a seriously good hospitality product. It’s reliable, flexible, and speedy, and it can handle and condense high volumes of business transactions. It has great functionality including some excellent features such as, kitchen screens, online ordering, stock control and management reporting.”
“We selected pointOne because they offered the solution we needed, were local, and demonstrated an energy, ambition and passion about our business that was not present in the other vendors we spoke with.”
“pointOne has been a real game changer for Coffee Republic. The EPoS is feature rich, affordable and in my opinion they have got it spot on. We would definitely recommend pointOne”.
"Overall, we have been pleased with how the pointOne EPoS solution has been able to flex and grow with us as we have expanded the business over the last few years and the support from the pointOne team has been excellent”.
Regardless of the size of your restaurant business we have the tools you need to cater for the rush.
pointOne EPoS delivers an exceptionally fast and user friendly interface to process transactions quickly.
We have developed an EPoS solution that deals with the following business challenges.
pointOne EPoS is fast, very fast. A sale can be completed in two button presses, and a swipe of a fingerprint.
Our award winning suite of EPoS products have been designed specifically to meet the everyday challenges of the hospitality industry.
They are designed to be easy to use, flexible, innovative, and forward thinking.
We would like to congratulate and thank our wonderful Services Director, Richard Davies for his 15 years of loyal service with pointOne!
Our Sales and Partnership Manager, Paul Berryman brings us another 'Food for Thought' blog. This month he asks whether independent QSRs are holding their business back by not embracing the innovative tech available and if so, why?
For his 'Food for Thought' blog this month Paul Berryman, our Sales & Partnership Manager considers the role of AI and automation in the QSR's constant quest for quicker, better and great profitability. Should we feel threatened by the use of robotics in kitchen management? and just how can AI tech be utilised across the business to streamline processes and improve customer service?