Touch Screen Solutions / Displays for Hospitality
Digital Signage (fast food)
Menus (fast food)
Two big ways that fast food restaurants can use digital signage is by:
- Displaying their menu & advertising specials. Attractive colours, tantalizing images and attention grabbing designs all work well on menu digital signage. They capture the audience’s eye and taste buds quickly. Plus the advantage of a digital menu is that items/ images/ content can be changed quickly and easily.
- Allows change of menu during the day. If your restaurant has an AM/PM menu then this can be automatically swapped over at a set time without inconveniencing staff and customers experiencing any delays.
Ordering systems (touch built into table tops)
Tablet menus are more versatile than your self-service kiosk design and can be used in any size restaurant or bar.
Point of Sale
Digital signage which can be update quickly and look attractive with bright, fresh, clean images and design can really aid your POS and give people a positive impression of your brand and standards.
Table side order taking
Fast, mobile and flexible these are incredible for fast paced restaurants that want to streamline their restaurant order management system and improve their service.
An effective virtual concierge kiosk can supplement or replace the need for full-time, on-premise staff, while at the same time increasing customer satisfaction.
Elina Vihinen, Marketing & Events Manager
“The touch solution flowed nicely, we were a cut above the others, it gave us an edge and enabled us to look professional.”
Viafet Genomic Centre
Mohamed Hallani, Business Manager
“We loved having a touch screen on our stand. It gave visitors something to look at if the team were busy and we found it helpful to go into greater detail on our product.”
Jocelyn DaSilva, Group Marketing Manager
“This was a risk for us, it was about taking a step into the future. This was a way we could bring all aspects of our membership to life. This type of interactive solution helped us leverage all the assets we had available.”