Created in partnership with online digital ordering platform provider Preoday and payment services provider Paymentsense, the new Casio product bundle has been specifically designed to enable operators to build brand loyalty, control valuable customer data, and reduce the commission paid to third-party delivery services, in turn growing their takeaway revenue stream.
The new product solution features:
Scott Grant, Systems Divisional Manager, UK at Casio, said: “Online and mobile ordering is growing at a phenomenal pace with greater numbers of consumers wanting to enjoy their favourite food in the comfort of their own home. Independent operators are well-placed to tap into this demand through their loyal customer base, but need to have an integrated technology solution that works seamlessly for their business and drives sales. At Casio we are dedicated to ensuring the technology at the heart of an operator’s business puts them on the road to success. Through our partnership with Paymentsense and Preoday we believe this new all-in-one solution offers multiple benefits from building brand loyalty, analysing valuable customer data and protecting profit margins.”
Baird Kleinsmith, Chief Integrated Payments Officer at Paymentsense, said: “We’re excited about giving customers of Casio and Preoday the capability to accept payments both in store and online. This all-in-one bundle of EPOS, online ordering and integrated payments gives smaller food retailers the tools to compete with much larger businesses for a share of the fast-growing online delivery market – and to do so without intermediaries.”
Nick Hucker, CEO at Preoday, said: “We are thrilled to be working with Casio and Paymentsense. We are seeing more and more quick service restaurants looking to the future and recognising the need to expand their service offering with delivery, click & collect and customer engagement. In doing this, the traditional role of EPOS is being enriched by functions such as digital ordering and mobile payments. We’re proud to offer a commission-free solution which gives operators access to the data they need to grow their business.”
Casio EPOS has a rich and long-standing heritage in the sector, having manufactured electronic cash registers for over 40 years, launching its first specialist product in 1976 and the world’s first Android platform EPOS terminal in 2012.
Casio technology is trusted by a number of leading hospitality businesses including: Park Resorts, Dominion Hospitality, Star Pubs & Bars and Hall & Woodhouse.
For further information about Casio’s online and mobile ordering bundle visit the website.
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