BMO POS F&B ORDERING KIOSK
CREATE THE PERFECT SELF-SERVICE EXPERIENCE
POSMarket Kiosk Ordering System enables users to make purchases in-store without the help of any store staff. Malaysia ordering kiosk is designed to work in multiple scenarios such as Food Court, F&B restaurants, and Tabletop Order. Self-Ordering Kiosk invites customers to purchase more thru suggestive selling, without feeling the pressure of the queue behind them, providing all the necessary time to explore the digital menu and the offerings available before make the payment.
Benefits for Restaurants
INCREASE ORDER CAPACITY
Customers will enjoy having on-sales or hot meal of the day being presented while ordering
Create seamless operations for an exceptional customers dining experience
POSMarket self-ordering kiosk reduces queue and long waiting lines at the cashier
Malaysia F&B Ordering Kiosk helps businesses create everyday use self-service solutions
Serve More Customers
Restaurants can serve more customers in less time through our self-service kiosks. They allow businesses to serve customers both at the counter and the kiosk. This improves the restaurant’s capacity to receive orders, resulting in greater profit and a more efficient customer experience.
Automation of Brand Promotion
Kiosks provide an opportunity to present a wider variety of promotions at one time. Kiosks also automate the process, ensuring that customers are always offered with a promotion, which can be customized to their preferences when promotions are linked to their accounts. This increases the chances of the offer being accepted.
Reduce Labor Costs
Malaysia Ordering Kiosk reduce labor costs and are generally very efficient when they’re up and running. The kiosks can take orders and accept payments without the need for any human help. This frees up your third worker to help out in the kitchen, so orders can be fulfilled faster and more accurately.
Customer satisfaction and return rates boost when services are offered in a timely, efficient, and appropriate way. Kiosks can also be designed to make ordering easier for persons who might otherwise encounter problems, such as hearing impairment. This is also true for people who do not know or do not speak well the local language.