Independent restaurants need a stable, reliable, technology platform that can enable growth and provide exceptional guest experiences. From reporting that allows you to see exactly what is happening in your locations, to support for delivery and other revenue-generation options, we help you succeed.
The spirit of aloha, an attitude of respect and kindness, is a Hawaiian way of life. Mina Group President, Patric Yumul, discuss how Oracle Simphony Cloud POS helps deliver an exceptional guest experience and the spirit of aloha.
Café Anatolia, a New Zealand company specializing in Turkish, has chosen Oracle to expand to new locations. With Oracle Food and Beverage Simphony Cloud, Café Anatolia has the technology platform it needs to easily scale and adapt to evolving business needs, gain clear visibility into operations across all sites and channels, and increase speed of service.
Independent family-run restaurant The Broken Yolk Café discusses the use of Oracle Food and Beverage tablets and the positive impact on their business.
Caractère, the first restaurant from husband and wife team Emily Roux and Diego Ferrari, has debuted with the support of Oracle Food and Beverage Simphony point of sale.
Lower labor costs. Larger orders. More transactions. Increased revenues. These are just some of the benefits that food and beverage enterprises have seen following the introduction of self-service kiosks. Kiosks are no longer regarded as cold, unintelligent, or impersonal. Today, they offer greater opportunities for independent restaurants to personalize the customer engagement by recognizing guests and tailoring the order experience, while simultaneously delivering the biggest benefit of all: speed of service. And kiosks are everywhere. According to a Chicago Tribune article, McDonald’s expects to remodel 650 restaurants this year alone, and will equip its more than 14,000 domestic locations with kiosks by 2020. For chains, the key is combining an integrated kiosk solution with kitchen management systems to control orders. That's where Oracle Food and Beverage can help.
Margaritas has grown to 27 locations with plans for 2 new restaurants a year. Find out how they’re using kitchen systems with point-of-sale technology to ensure that food is delivered to guests on time, every time.
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