With this advanced approach a tech specialist can recreate the restaurants’ floor plan onto the POS system; making it easier for employees to locate tables and access them.
Tile formatting is the basic way for waiters/waitresses to view the restaurants’ tables and their current statuses; this visual is recommended for small restaurants.
The monitor display allows the kitchen to view a large volume of orders at once, grouped by table.
A long list form, usually split by stations by the back house. Both methods are convenient and efficient. All combos and non-default toppings are displayed for the kitchen to make the required adjustments.
In addition, there’s an instant printer option. Where the kitchen will receive all incoming orders through a printer, with all the required details.
ESEEL check-out provides the user with the capability to separate orders, and to split items between customers. All easily achievable by the click of a button. In addition, the check-out tab includes tip amount or percentage, discount, gift card and tax. A receipt can be printed or sent by email to the customer, depending on customer preference.