Outdoors and Out of the Box: Restaurants Moving Service Outside

At the beginning of May 2020, restaurants in certain states were allowed to partially reopen for dine-in services. Many offered delivery and takeout throughout countrywide shelter-in-place orders, if they didn't temporarily (or permanently) shutter their doors entirely. Now, restaurants all over the country are facing unprecedented and unexpected challenges as they realize that opening to partial capacity doesn't bring in as much revenue as they might have hoped. They still have to staff their restaurant as though they're operating at full capacity despite not seating as many customers as before. Concurrently many residents still don't feel comfortable occupying enclosed spaces or public areas in general.

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Your POS system is the heart of your restaurant. It's how you operate your business: It's what...

What to Expect from Your POS System: A Cost Analysis

Today’s most advanced POS systems consolidate all of your business operations onto one server...