UK based point of sale company TISSL has announced a partnership with digital ordering company, Preoday. Together they will provide integrated EPOS and digital ordering technologies to new and existing clients in the food and hospitality space.
TISSL’s impressive client portfolio ranges from independent coffee shops through to pub groups, fast food operations and Michelin starred restaurants. With several different product offerings to suit businesses of all sizes, the partnership is a natural one to provide seamless customer experience and efficient operations. The combination of Preoday with TISSL will help restaurants, bars and other hospitality venues engage with customers, manage and process transactions and analyse customer data, effortlessly.
Steve Hawkins, Head of Channel & Partnerships, Preoday, comments: “We are impressed with TISSL’s breadth of clients working with large-scale and smaller businesses in many of our key markets. It’s an exciting partnership because, together, we believe we can enhance the ordering and payment process for thousands of businesses and offer a seamless experience for consumers across the globe.”
Lee Niles, Sales Director, TISSL, added “ Preoday brings another level of functionality to our overall solutions and enhances what is available to the end user. Digital ordering and payments is a must have addition to the EPOS solution.”
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