Equip your business with a modern online selling website at a very low cost. Our online ordering website for food business is a mobile enable solution which integrates with our EPOS software. Customer can place their order online and pay via card, or cash on delivery. It saves the hassle of phone calls and avoids mistakes while taking phone orders. The customer can then get a confirmation email or text message. As this feature fully integrates within our EPOS software, it means when the customer places an order it is automatically stored in the database and prints a customer and kitchen receipt saving staff time.
Grow your business with mobile apps. Panda EPOS provides Android and IOS apps for your business at an affordable price. Our mobile apps have the following features:
The Waiter Pad solution is an advanced handheld order taking system that enables restaurants to take orders at the table and has the information transferred direct to the kitchen or bar. The Waiter Pad solution is a highly dynamic and efficient way to improve customer service and improves sales. Users have seen an increase in sales and customer experience from the effective use of this solution. The Waiter Pad can form part of any of the Hospitality suite of applications, quick to deploy and very easy to train waiters. All of these solutions are platform independent, which means the software will work with any windows mobile or CE (Windows Compact Edition) devices, thus giving our customers a wide choice of options for hardware at any budget.
Kitchen printers are used to print orders/instructions for the kitchen staff. These are specially designed for the noisy busy working areas. Use of kitchen printers save staff time, as kitchen orders are printed instantly, as soon the customer places their order. Please click here to see the range of Kitchen Printers.
In food businesses label/barcode printers are used to print details of each meal/item in the order (along with order number etc.). It gives a professional look and saves time of the staff writing out name etc. of each meal onto an order.These printers are also used to print barcode labels in a retail environment. Click here to find range of label printers.
This is a touch-enabled kitchen screen, which displays orders to be prepared by the kitchen staff. It highlights any late orders and also instantly updates any change to the order. This eliminates the chances of lost receipt or order changes and focuses the kitchen to customer expectations as to cooking time.
CLI (Caller Line Identification) is a combination of hardware and software. When a customer calls inbound it displays and saves the number in the software automatically. If an existing customer calls from the number, which is saved in EPOS database, it will bring the customer name, address and their previous order history automatically. It saves the time to enter customer favourite orders, details and eliminates mistakes. Click here to see the range of CLI devices
Postcode Database and Maps is add-on software that integrates with the EPOS software and allows the operator to add addresses of a customer by just asking the Postcode and House number/name. Maps section of this software displays customer location on the map. It is used to check the directions and locations of single or multiple customers for delivery drivers to efficiently plan their route and store staff can prepare delivery orders for the customers in same direction/area. This optional software helps to eliminate mistakes while taking customer address and increases efficiency by clustering deliveries to the same area using same driver and avoiding costly overlaps.
Barcode scanners are mostly used in a retail environment. They are used to scan product barcodes instead of manually entering the product details. There are mainly two types of barcode scanners.
barcode scanners are the most familiar. Common 1D barcodes found on grocery and consumer items are linear codes that use variable-width lines and spaces to encode the data. These barcodes hold a limited number of digits or characters; in order to add more digits or numbers, the barcode itself has to be longer.
2D barcodes are used to mark very small items where the traditional 1D barcode label won’t fit. 2D barcodes use a matrix pattern to encode the required data and or links. The 2D patterns of squares, dots, hexagons including other shapes can be smaller than linear bar 1D codes but hold significantly higher data (1,000’s of characters) because the information is encoded in both the horizontal and vertical (X&Y axis) dimensions of the 2D barcode pattern. Common 2D barcodes include QR Codes.
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