Can you rely on your EPOS system to run efficiently and deliver a first-rate service for your customers, or is it time to upgrade?
To help you decide, here are some key ways an upgraded EPOS system can transform your business:
Provide Convenient and Fast Payments Upgrading your EPOS system can help you provide a better customer experience, with quick and convenient payment options. Being able to offer the latest table service and mobile payment options will help to reduce wait times and improve customer satisfaction.
Offer Loyalty Schemes and Rewards Having an EPOS system that has the capability to offer personalised promotions and loyalty schemes, will help to attract new customers and boost revenue, whilst retaining existing customers.
Make Takeaways and Delivery Possible Offering a takeaway and click and collect service is a great additional revenue stream for hospitality businesses. Being able to run this in-house, means you don’t have to rely on third-party platforms which can be expensive and time consuming to manage.
Enhance Security A new EPOS system can provide better security features, such as encryption, password protection and multi-factor authentication, to protect your business from cyber threats, fraud and data breaches, ensuring the safety of your customers' personal and financial information. MCR Systems provide the highest level of security, with TLS1.2 encryption to a GDPR and PCI compliant hosting platform.
Improve Efficiency The latest EPOS systems can improve the efficiency of your business operations by streamlining ordering and payment processes, as well as enabling you to manage stock effectively. This can help save time, avoid costly errors and reduce waste.
Receive Advanced Reporting Upgraded EPOS systems offer advanced reporting features that provide valuable insights into your business performance. These reports can help you identify trends, track sales, monitor inventory levels and analyse customer behaviour, enabling you to make more informed decisions and improve your overall business strategy. With a better understanding of sales performance, you can also run promotions on underperforming products, to prevent waste.