Thousands of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, stadiums, theme parks, and other food and beverage operations around the world are using Oracle point-of-sale (POS) platforms to optimize the guest experience.
Give your guests an experience that will keep them coming back—and get ahead of your competition—with an integrated technology platform that’s built for food and beverage.
Deliver fast, efficient service with centralized POS software and hardware, build inspired loyalty programs and offers, and keep costs under control with reporting and back-office solutions.
Whether you are an independent table-service restaurant or a large quick-service chain, Oracle Food and Beverage offers the technology platform to support your growth.
Engage your guests and staff with easy-to-use point-of-sale solutions that extend to kiosks and mobile devices, delivery services, and much more.
Visitors to stadiums, arenas, theme parks, and other venues want fast, efficient service at restaurants, concessions, and suites.
Oracle Food and Beverage provides scalable, reliable technology platforms to serve thousands of guests in short timeframes.
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