Applova’s new intuitive and engaging self-ordering kiosks help restaurants save on labor costs while increasing their revenues by making intelligent menu recommendations. The kiosks are designed to fit restaurants of all sizes and require minimal maintenance.
More details can be found at https://applova.io/kiosk
The food industry has changed drastically over the last decade. Self-ordering kiosks, mobile ordering apps, food delivery services, and meal kit companies have revolutionized how people order and consume food, but they’re often too expensive for businesses to integrate. Applova launched its self-ordering kiosks so that restaurants of all kinds could have access to the trending technologies necessary to keep up with evolving consumer demands.
The kiosks use an innovative combination of hardware and software. For the hardware, they feature an ELO 15″ touchscreen with a floor stand. Depending on the plan selected by the restaurant, the kiosks also come with a PAX E500 Device or Android application to manage orders. They support most major POS platforms, including Clover, NCR, Aloha, Square, and Toast, and can fit seamlessly into most restaurants.
As far as functionality, the kiosks completely automate the ordering process. Applova partners with the restaurant to create the look and feel of the interface as well as design the menu. The kiosk’s software also uses continuous learning to make recommendations to customers based on historical buyer behavior.
In terms of benefits, the kiosks have been shown to significantly reduce labor costs and increase order size by as much as 20 to 30%. As a result, restaurants typically see an increase in revenues and can recover their investments in relatively short amounts of time. Moreover, the kiosks allow restaurant staff to focus on other higher-value aspects of the business such as customer experience.
“Applova offers the best kiosk solutions for fast-casual restaurants,” said a satisfied client. “Their kiosks are compatible with Clover and their customer support is made up of real people genuinely concerned about both the customer’s and business’s experience. It also frees up my time, so I can manage the restaurant as an owner rather than having to take orders at the front.”
Applova was started in 2016 and currently has offices in New Jersey, California, and Texas. In addition to self-ordering kiosks, they also provide mobile, online, and curbside ordering services, digital contactless menus, kitchen display systems, and restaurant analytics.
Interested parties can find more information at https://applova.io/kiosk
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