News — Installation
Last year we had the pleasure of installing a Samtouch EPOS System in Buckland Deli & Gifts. The village shop supplies freshly baked bread, cheese, charcuterie, jams, chutneys, sauces, fruit, vegetables, pastries, wine, hot drinks, gifts and cards.
They also make fresh sandwiches which can be ordered in store using their Sam4s Titan S360 EPOS terminal or by now using the mobile app OrderMe. Customers can download the OrderMe app to their mobile for free and order a selection of sandwiches and drinks for collection, saving them the time of having to wait for their order to be prepared, especially during the busy times of the day. We've captured some screen shots of the app below.
All orders from the EPOS terminal and OrderMe are sent directly to a screen in the preparation area using Samtouch Kitchen. The system is further complimented by our clouded back-office solution Samtouch Office for reports and programming.
When asked about our services, Amy, the owner, commented that she had received a 'Very professional and straight forward installation'.
So if you're in the Betchworth area (RH3 7BB), why not give the app a try and order a delicious lunch for collection.
If you're interested in a similar system, please click on the links for further information or give us a call on 01737 773571.
If you're in the area of Thames Ditton, seek out a wonderful traditional English pub called the George & Dragon. They have a large open garden which is perfect for a bite to eat, or simply a drink, during these glorious summer evenings that we are currently experiencing. Inside you'll find a welcoming atmosphere, enhanced by three open fires and a collection of eclectic artwork decorating the walls. If you would like to take a look at their menu, just click here.
The George & Dragon recently upgraded from their Casio V-R system to our latest Samtouch EPOS system. They required 4 Sam4s Titan S360 terminals to cope with the busy footfall while using Bar and Kitchen Printing to enable a smooth and efficient operation. The addition of Samtouch Office now allows the managers to keep an eye on all the relavent day to day sales information while remote access means they can change prices and incorporate special offers at a time which is suitable for them. These changes can then be scheduled to update on the EPOS terminals when required.
We have been continuing with our upgrades of some of the Remarkable Pubs sites where we have previously been supporting them with their Casio systems. These three impressive London establishments, The Reliance in EC1V, The Rosemary Branch in N1 and The Lord Tredegar in E3, all had the new Samtouch EPOS system installed with 2-3 terminals, kitchen printing and Samtouch Office.
One of long-standing customers, Central Ward Residents & Sports Club in Morden,Surrey has upgraded their Casio TE-8000 system to our latest Samtouch EPOS system. Complete with the clouded back-office solution Samtouch Office, it enables key personel to access sales and financial reports remotely as well as scheduling price changes and special offers.
The Integrated Card Machines help to eliminate operator entry mistakes when taking card payments allowing for speedier service especially on busy nights.
A charming cafe in the heart of Charlwood village in Surrey was the setting for this installation. 52 The Street were using their trusty Sam4s ER-390M cash register but wanted VAT reporting with eat-in and takeaway, the ability to transfer item sales reports to the pc and integrate their credit card machine. They were also looking to invest in their EPOS for the future and after demonstrating some of the capabilities of the Sam4s Titan S360 with Samtouch, it was apparent that the system itself would aid in the overall efficient running of the cafe. They are now enjoying the benefit of having orders printed for the kitchen and table bills stored on the EPOS terminal. This is in addition to having their card payment terminals (provided by Dojo) integrated into the EPOS system inceasing speed and accurancy. You can find out more about Dojo card terminals here.