Fintech total has launched a new “kiosk” solution aimed at improving the speed with which merchants process orders. The new solution supports small restaurants and stadiums alike, saving both time and money.
of K.Iosk This solution allows customers to order, pay, and pick up at self-service kiosks. SumUp aims to make this service attractive to both consumers and retailers by speeding up service to customers and allowing merchants to focus more time on other business operations. I am aiming.
It’s clear that consumer habits have changed since the pandemic. Contactless ordering and service has become a favorite. research Millennials and Gen Z show a preference for contactless ordering with minimal efficient interaction.
Kiosks can also support merchants by increasing the volume of orders they receive. Self-order kiosks typically increase basket size by as much as 30%.
Kiosk solutions are fully customizable with payment and POS integration options. It is also possible to manage kiosks remotely.
store The feature also supports complex product categories and dynamic price lists. There are already successful rollouts across the UK in a number of stadiums and venues including: Leicester City Football Club, Cardiff City Football Club and Leicester Tigers RFC.
Joseph FlynnSumUp’s Head of Orders and Payments commented: Importantly, Kiosk brings the best of SumUp: industry-leading in-house hardware, cutting-edge software, and a dedication to simplifying your business. ”
total store is the latest addition to our growing product ecosystem. This includes SumUp One, his entry-level POS product POS Lite for small businesses, his POS Pro for simultaneous order processing, and Magic Pay, a payment solution that allows diners to split bills. Scan the QR code at the table to pay.
Helen Craddock Director of Strategic Support for a sports and entertainment catering company. Tax collection UK + Ireland, in partnership with SumUp. Craddock also said of this solution: