With the virtual kitchen trend reaching new heights, businesses need restaurant tech to keep the orders coming. Cuboh partners with a number of point of sale (POS) platforms to make order management quick and convenient. These platforms help individual restaurants, chains and restaurants keep up with the restaurant revolution.
The point of sale (POS) platform refers to where all the transactions take place. It is where the restaurants take customers' orders, accept payments, manage food inventory and ultimately oversee the entire operation.
In the traditional system, diners, for example, have a physical cash register where customers give their money to a cashier rather than the waitress. That area by the cash register is regarded as the point of sale.
Your cash register essentially registers all sales transactions, authorizes the cashier to provide the customer with change, and stores the cash. Over time, with increased digitization and customers needing dissimilar payment options, these registers became more progressive and advanced into point-of-sale (POS) systems.
A POS integration is a straight connection between a restaurant's accounting and operations platform and the point-of-sale (POS) system. While a POS is robust by itself, it becomes even more valuable when you link it to other business tools. POS integrations not only improve the power of your POS but deliver a range of other business benefits as well.
With the virtual kitchen trend reaching new heights, businesses need restaurant tech to keep the orders coming. Cuboh partners with a number of point-of-sale (POS) platforms to make order management quick and convenient. These platforms help individual restaurants, chains, and restaurants keep up with the restaurant revolution.
Menu management, payment processing and streamlined apps represent the latest restaurant innovation. Cuboh's POS integrations include some of the top platforms in the industry.
1. Grow Your Business
Integrating your backend business operations yields better data, and you can make better decisions. You can more readily identify growth prospects and implement them at the right time.
2. Faster Service
With a POS integration with your customer relationship management (CRM) tool, you will decrease waiting time and, in turn, enhance customer satisfaction.
3. Time Savings
Unlike where a cash register simply processes your payments, the POS integration with accounting software will relieve managerial tasks associated with scheduling, payroll, and inventory management, saving time. Reporting will also be easier as it becomes less manually demanding.
4. Customer Insights
With a POS integration with an operations platform, you can pull detailed data straight from your POS in real-time. This will guide insights for enhanced business analytics and practical customer-related data. You can then customize your marketing by sending personalized messages and targeted promotions.
5. Constantly Updating
Your POS system integration with a cloud-based system updates the software constantly so that it can benefit from more features and meet changing consumer trends. And because it continuously updates, it has elements that guarantee secure data management, guarding against cyber-attacks and fraud.
These direct integrations allow your POS system to access real-time information from your business software tools, and automate your tracking and record-keeping tasks for streamlined business operations. Below are some of Cuboh’s most in demand integrations:
Square makes mobile payment easy with terminals, registers, stands and readers. Restaurants can accept payments virtually anywhere even if they don't have a cash register in front of them. Other Square tools include mass emails and sales analytics.
Auphan accepts orders from delivery platforms like DoorDash, UberEats and SkipTheDishes. Restaurants can set up loyalty programs and text customers when their orders are ready. Other features include QR codes that pull up digital menus and collect payments through the app.
With Revel's POS system, customers can order through their tablets or place an order on the in-store device. Revel accepts numerous payment options, including credit cards, debit cards, gift cards and Google Pay. For in-store payments, Revel sells hardware like stands and iPads.
Givex offers an entire gift card system with production, processing and fulfillment. Givex enables customers to order physical and virtual gift cards, check their balance, register their cards and add money to a card through the platform. For more rewards, restaurants can launch loyalty programs with Givex.
Hotels, resorts, venues, restaurants and institutions partner with Silverware for a streamlined POS system. Silverware comes with 24-hour support, real time analytics, convenient software and customizable order platforms. Restaurant servers and other employees use Silverware to better serve their customers.
For physical restaurants, Clover offers stations and card readers that accept various payment types. Clover also sells a hardware-free platform for ghost kitchens and physical locations that offer delivery. Restaurants accept payments, view analytics and track sales to evaluate their strategy. They can also add promotions and rewards programs.
Maitre'D is a full-service POS system that includes table, labor and inventory management, payment processing, loyalty programs and analytics. Servers glance at the platform to see available tables and guest statuses. On the backend, Maitre'D manages payroll, inventory, recipes and other business essentials.
With these integrations and a wide range of features, Cuboh leads the restaurant revolution. Reach out to Cuboh today to learn more about our restaurant SaaS, or book a free demo with our online calendar.
A modern POS system acts like a hub that interlinks with other operations. With these POS integrations and a wide range of features, Cuboh leads the restaurant revolution. Reach out to Cuboh today to learn more about our restaurant SaaS, or book a free demo with our online calendar.