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REPORTING Pen & Paper There is no reporting at all with this method, so you need to rely solely on external software to create reports, or a bookkeeper to keep track of your venue’s numbers. Nothing is automated, making everything complicated. Traditional POS Reporting is complicated and convoluted. Not only are reports hard to customize, they are even hard to read. iPad POS Real-time insights into your venue are available at your fingertips. Cloud reporting allows you to customize reports and see the minute-by-minute performance of your business from anywhere, at anytime. 04 4

COST Pen & Paper While pen and paper may seem like a great way to cut costs from the outset, you end up getting what you pay for. Such an archaic option doesn’t set your restaurant up for success in the long run. Traditional POS Not only does this legacy technology only serve one purpose, it also has significant upfront costs, along with unanticipated maintenance fees. iPad POS Much less expensive than traditional POS systems and will pay for themselves in increased staff efficiency and reduced order errors. Along with affordable monthly software payments, the Apple hardware required is consumer friendly, reasonably priced, and can be used for a variety of purposes, rather than just as a POS. 05 5

PAYMENT Pen & Paper Servers are expected to split bills and keep track of bar tabs mentally. Doing the math manually can lead to mistakes and slow down the payment process. Traditional POS During peak hours, servers are often left waiting in que to access the POS in order to settle a bill, making the checkout timeframe even longer. Bill splitting is cumbersome, further delaying the payment process. iPad POS Servers are able to quickly process payments at the table. Bill splitting can be done in seconds with the swipe of a finger; eliminating frustration, errors, and confusion over which diner has paid in full. 06 6

DESIGN Pen & Paper Seen as old-fashioned by customers, who could come to think the same about your business. Traditional POS The bulky and stationary system is not only an eyesore for customers, but it takes up prime counter real estate. iPad POS Mobile POS vendors have foregone the bulky appearance of older systems, opting for the sleek tablet-based design. Unique iPad stands and cases can extend the look and feel of a venue. 07 7

SUPPORT Pen & Paper Support is non-existent. You’re on your own! Traditional POS They have support, but it will cost you. Very few traditional POS companies offer free customer support. Instead, they opt to cash in on your time of need. iPad POS Mobile POS companies are passionate about your success; support is often free to help you around the clock. Most iPad POS companies will also have an online resource library, where you can access up to date self-help manuals, guides, and tips. 08 8

THE EVOLUTION OF RESTAURANT TECHNOLOGY SPEAKS FOR ITSELF: The increased functionality of an iPad POS can help your venue create a better experience for your customers, while helping you make more money. RESEARCH SHOWS. 76 % of restaurant owners and managers cite the benefits of mobile devices as the top reason to upgrade their POS systems 58 of quick service & fast casual restaurants experienced significant improvements after upgrading their POS systems 74 of full service restaurants noticed dramatic improvement after upgrading their POS system % % Source: The 2015 Smart Decision Guide to Restaurant POS Systems TouchBistro is an iPad POS solution designed for restaurants, cafes, bars, and food trucks. Used worldwide by thousands of TouchBistro is an iPad POS and solution integrated designed payments for restaurants, solution cafes, built for bars, restaurant and food people, trucks.byUsed restaurant worldwide people. by thousands foodservice businesses, TouchBistro helps restaurant owners and operators increase efficiency, enhance customer experience, and of foodservice businesses, TouchBistro helps restaurant owners and operators increase efficiency, enhance customer It helps thousands of restaurateurs across the world run better businesses and makes managing a restaurant easier. drive additional sales. experience, and drice additional sales. www.touchbistro.com Speak to a Software Sales Representative today 1-855-363-5252 www.TouchBistro.com a Software Representative today 1-855-363-5252 www.touchbistro.com Speak Speak toto a Software Sales Sales Representative today 1-855-363-5252

restaurant software to a mobile POS. and for good reason! We'll show you how the evolution of restaurant technology has improved every aspect of running a restaurant business and transformed the customer's experience. THE FUTURE IS HERE 02 Research shows that nearly three quarters (72%) of owners today are planning to upgrade .

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