Published: Feb 15, 2021
Orange, California

Remodelling Your Restaurant with Self Order Kiosk

Is this the right time and how much it will cost?

We believe this a great decision and an excellent time to consider a self-checkout kiosk as part of your restaurant’s re-adjustment strategy in the post-pandemic world. One thing we have all learned is that people like and appreciate contactless self-checkout. This trend in the restaurant industry will continue to rise.

Eflyn’s solution offers all the top benefits that a restaurant owner is looking to get from the self-checkout investment.

  • Up to 20% higher than average ticket size with upsells, dynamic discounts such as BOGO (Buy One Get One), Coupons and Specials.
  • Fully integrated order system with Self Checkout. Mobile Ordering. QSR Table Ordering and Cashier POS
  • Complete order management with kitchen order printing, touch screen kitchen display system (KDS), and a very likable customer order status monitor screen.
  • Graciously looking Tips interface with pre-configured 5%,10%,15%, 20% and custom tips option
  • Digital Signage and Video Ads
  • Central control of data add, modify pricing and manage products
  • Comprehensive Sales Reporting
  • Email Lead generation using SpinToWin Gaming App at the end of the order
  • Corporate Cards/Gift Cards/Printable and Digital Coupons
  • Options for Digital Menu Board and Drive-thru ordering service
  • One low monthly price with 24/7 support

Prices start from $8 per day.

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