If you are expanding your enterprise through digital channels, adding new domestic and international locations, franchising, winning new customers, or maximizing customer loyalty, Oracle Food and Beverage has the platform to help you succeed.
Oracle Food and Beverage is the preferred point of sale solution for Quiznos internationally. See how they are serving fresh, toasty sandwiches faster than ever and managing labor, inventory, and other business-critical data with InMotion Mobile.
Hear from wagamama’s Business Development Director, Executive Chef, and General Manager on why innovation is so important to the wagamama brand and why Oracle is key to their innovation and their brand.
HMSHost International relies on Oracle as the core of their infrastructure, enabling a new approach to the guest experience while reducing cost and complexity. Hear how HMSHost International manages hundreds of brands from a single instance.
Customers are demanding faster, easier ways to order food, and Max Burgers is listening by offering mobile and kiosk-based ordering options and a centralized solution powered by Oracle that is letting them grow and innovate.
Lower labor costs. Larger orders. More transactions. Increased revenues. These are just some of the enterprise benefits Oracle Food and Beverage has delivered through the introduction of self-service kiosks. No longer are kiosks regarded as impersonal. They now offer greater opportunities for 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 equip all of its more than 14,000 domestic locations with kiosks by 2020. For fast casual chains, the key is combining an integrated kiosk solution with kitchen management systems to control orders.
Restaurants can take up to 12 minutes to process payments for their guests. By reducing payments to under 2 minutes, TGI Fridays is aiming to increase customer satisfaction. Through Oracle’s Food and Beverage point-of-sale integrations with Qkr! from Masterpass, TGI Fridays is changing the casual dining experience.
Oracle Food and Beverage has been named a leader in worldwide point-of-sale software in quick-service restaurants 2018 vendor assessment.
Find out how Oracle’s machine learning can help you serve cross- and upselling to your POS system.
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We surveyed thousands of millennials across eight countries to find out what they expect from food and beverage operators. 39 percent have already ordered food and drink online and 54 percent expect loyalty via a mobile app.
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