Quicker Quick Service…
We could tell you how Bluebird’ EPOS Systems’ native iOS architecture works to make it the fastest iPad EPOS on the market. But we’d much rather show you the benefits in person, you can book a demo with us here.
Infinitely customisable menu screens, instant screen changes, integrated payments and intuitive interfaces make our iPad EPOS system perfect complements to your QSR operation.
Add in an integrated Kitchen Display System, integrated Digital Signage options, an open API and industry leading reporting. Bluebird can advise you how how to increase the efficiency of your QSR business.
Complex Combos & Effortless Up-Sells
Effective pricing and discounting strategies are the key to profitability in a quick service setting. With Bluebird’s EPOS Software, you’ll be able to easily create sophisticated combination products and discounting options, all backed by comprehensive data for you to analyse and improve on your offers. Setup up-sell prompts throughout the order to ensure your staff maximise revenue per head.
The question’s not if, but when, will your internet go down. Even with redundancy put in place your internet connections are inherently flaky – this can be catastrophic for a quick service restaurant at peak time. But unlike other POS systems, all our systems runs completely offline – protecting your business. Running on our own secure WiFi network your iPad tills will continue to function without hesitation until the internet is restored and data can be sent up to the cloud reporting dashboard.
- Online Ordering Integration. Increase your revenue overnight with POS integrated online ordering solutions. From conversion focused online ordering websites to new and innovative mobile solutions like BarPass & Pepper, we will help you transition into a truly digital brand.
- Integrated CRM system. Keep track and reward your most loyal customers. With built in loyalty functionality you can assign points per product and per visit. Using the open API you can build more in-depth loyalty programs like Shoreditch Grind’s Black Card.