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Welcome to SalesVu – Reprise Coffee Roasters adopts SalesVu’s Self-Order Kiosk Solution

Since their formation in 2015, Reprise Coffee Roasters has been passionately roasting and serving award-winning coffees at their cafes and through wholesale clients. They have been awarded medals every year from 2016-2019 from the Golden Bean North American Championship. 

Reprise Roasters is a coffee company with a strong commitment to sustainability. They work to create an environment that thanks everyone on the supply chain from coffee farmer to barista. Having found a home along the North Shore of Chicago in Winnetka and Evanston, they serve a supportive & caring community that shares a similar mindset. 

Ellen, manager at Reprise Coffee, discovered SalesVu online while searching for reliable kiosks to use for in-store self-checkout options. They had been considering TouchBistro but found that it would have involved too many changes in their existing system. If they were to go with TouchBistro they would need to transfer their entire POS system to the TouchBistro platform — a lot of work since they already had everything set up and ready to go in Square.

She found that not only did SalesVu’s OrderUp Kiosk integrate with Square but that SalesVu could automatically transfer her menu and all the photos of products they have in Square to the new customer kiosk, making the onboarding process fast and easy. With SalesVu’s customizable kiosk features, Ellen and her team were able to map out their items, picking and choosing which ones they wanted to feature.

According to Ellen, another deciding factor for choosing SalesVu, besides the Square compatibility, was how responsive and helpful the customer service team was during the setup process. With customer service available 24/7, and personalized onboarding support, she was able to get questions answered and step-by-step guidance in customizing the software to meet her business needs in no time. With the OrderUp Kiosk, Reprise Coffee Roasters now provides its customers a quick, easy, and socially distant way to order a delicious brew. 

If you live in the area, why not support a local business and enjoy their award-winning coffee next time you’re out? And don’t forget to follow them on social media to see what’s brewing!

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SalesVu-powered smartphone app helps increase online sales by 200%

 

Hot Pot City is a modern full-service Chinese restaurant located in Rockville, Maryland that offers all-you-can-eat buffet-style hot pots. The restaurant offers different types of soup, meat, seafood, noodles, vegetables, and a wide variety of side dishes. 

The restaurant operating flow includes a conveyor belt to serve the food and 22  SalesVu-powered self-order kiosks where patrons can order meat, soups, drinks, and sides. They accept reservations through their SalesVu-powered website and also allow customers to add themselves to the waitlist right from the smartphone branded app that SalesVu created for them. 

Like most restaurants, Hot Pot City has experienced big challenges due to COVID-19 as the restaurant had to close down for more than a month and lost 90% of the full-service restaurant business. During these tough times, their top priority was to maintain enough sales to stay afloat. Take-away was their only hope for survival but they didn’t want to use an online ordering marketplace/app option because of the high percentage commission fee they would be charged. They decided instead to implement SalesVu’s free desktop/mobile e-commerce website and smartphone branded app.

‘I am so satisfied with SalesVu’s online ordering solution. It completely gave the restaurant a second chance! Without the website and branded app, I don’t know how we were going to be able to get through this difficult time. I actually saw a huge increase in sales.  ECommerce orders increased by 200% in May 2020 compared to April 2020’ – BJ Wang

Owner and manager BJ Wang uses the Sales report to track daily and weekly sales and to make comparisons between sales from last month/year. When it’s time to do taxes, he can easily pull a Z report which shows the tax amount for each category that is set up in the account. In addition to the Sales report, the Orders report is something he uses every day to check all of the e-commerce sales that are coming from the website or the branded app. This report is also extremely helpful to check the past purchase history of his clients.

‘In today’s social media era, people are increasingly inseparable from smartphones. I feel that the branded app has been more useful because everyone has a smartphone and people do everything with it. Not only can they place a takeout order, but they can also add themselves to the waitlist and make a reservation at the restaurant after we resume the dine-in service’ – BJ Wang

Once the state of Maryland lifts the lockdown restrictions, BJ will be able to reopen his restaurant for dine-in business. He’s already well-positioned to follow self-distancing guidelines between customers and employees since he has SalesVu OrderUp self-order kiosks installed at each of his 22 tables. Seeing how successful they have proven to be, he also plans to continue utilizing the website and branded app for online orders. 

If you live in Rockville, go ahead and support a local business! You can order incredible food directly from their website or download Hot Pot City’s branded app.

 

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Online ordering increases Tower Blendz’s average ticket sale by 18%

 

 

Located in Fresno, California, Tower Blendz specializes in educating their consumers on healthy eating habits by serving fresh, locally sourced açai bowls, smoothies, wellness shots, and salads. Now Tower Blendz is proving that you don’t have to abandon your healthy lifestyle to enjoy a delicious treat, even during lockdown. 

Covid-19 has changed consumer behavior as more and more people adjust to using the non-contact methods of ordering, such as online purchasing. This quick adoption allowed Tower Blendz to retain most of their working staff while they focused on implementing new business processes. That’s why owner Antony Ayodele decided to expand his sales channels by using one of the most popular SalesVu tools, the SalesVu e-commerce platform. The tool is intuitive, easy to set up, and allowed Tower Blendz to adapt quickly to the new restaurant landscape. 

 

‘We really like the online ordering option provided by SalesVu. We’ve been pleasantly surprised by the number of people who utilize the system on a daily basis. We also found that the average ticket for orders has gone up 18% since most customers now order through this method.’ – Antony Ayodele.

 

The online Shop page provides the same level of ease and efficiency for both client and business as third party ordering apps, without the restaurant losing a percentage of each sale to online marketplaces. 

When Tower Blendz had to shut down their in-store services due to shelter-in-place ordinances, they saw their online sales increase exponentially. From January to March, they processed a total of 34 online orders. In April and May the number of orders escalated to 115, an increase of more than 300% in online sales. With a user-friendly menu layout and smooth ordering process, their online Shop page has allowed them to retain the majority of their in-store customers.

SalesVu’s cloud portal allows Antony to keep track of his business from anywhere. He uses 3 different types of automated reports to calculate numbers and compare sales month to month. The Sales report is useful to get an overview of what’s been sold in the business. This report can generate sales by categories, products, and specific periods. The Z-report allows him to view a breakdown of the different payment methods such as cash, credit card, gift card, and loyalty. Lastly, the Orders report is essential to break down the channel of the overall sales, making it easy to compare multiple order sources, i.e. in-store, e-commerce, and branded app sales.

Communication with his customers is one of Antony’s secrets to keeping customers engaged from afar during this time. The integrated Email/SMS marketing module makes it easy to keep connected and share new products and promotions. 

 

‘We use the SMS marketing to alert our customers about upcoming promotions and specials. Coupled with our social media campaigns we’ve been able to directly link customers to our website where they can apply their promotion codes while placing their order.  It’s been a great system for us’ – Antony Ayodele.

 

In addition to the e-commerce platform, Antony plans to utilize the smartphone branded app to further expand online sales. And though these features may have been adopted originally out of necessity, he now sees them as invaluable tools for the business and intends to keep using them even after the stay-at-home order is lifted.

If you’re looking for some fresh and delicious additions to your shelter-in-place diet, Tower Blendz is here to help you meet your health and fitness goals from home. Check out their online menu here and follow them on social media for more healthy living inspiration. 

 

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SalesVu online ordering system helps The Tea Trolley keep rolling during the pandemic

The Tea Trolley in Delta, Pennsylvania is a tearoom that is known for offering an authentic afternoon tea experience in the setting of a gorgeous restored Victorian house. Afternoon tea is a fun and elegant experience, and the Tea Trolley is a favorite spot for friends and family to celebrate special occasions or just enjoy a good cup of tea with scones, sandwiches, and homemade desserts. Inside the business, customers can also find a gift shop where they can buy fun merchandise and take a piece of the afternoon tea experience back home.

Like so many businesses across the country and the globe, COVID-19 and the social-distancing regulations that followed threatened to completely shutter The Tea Trolley tearoom. They had to completely close their dining room to all customers. The loss of income meant cutting staff, cutting hours, and having to completely rethink their model of service. But Rachael faced the challenge head-on and reinvented her business model to meet her customers’ where they were. 

Up to that point, Rachel had used SalesVu’s online ordering website primarily for selling digital gift cards, given the in-house nature of the business. But when the dine-in experience had to be put on hold, she discovered that she could quickly and easily flesh out her existing SalesVu website to start offering her unique tea experience online. Rachael expanded the online menu with new categories and products such as tea boxes to-go, desserts, sandwiches, scones, and a large variety of teas. Now 100% e-commerce, The Tea Trolley is able to provide customers with an afternoon tea experience in their own homes. 

 

‘Working with the SalesVu team made it easy and encouraged us to keep going during these difficult times. After the site went live and we started to get some orders, we realized that SalesVu’s online ordering website has been a lifesaver! It is the main reason why we were able to stay open for business’ – Rachael Cox.

 

In addition to the automated Sales report that she receives weekly to track sales and inventory, she also takes advantage of SalesVu’s Orders report to see the individual orders that were placed on the website. This allows her to corroborate the customer’s contact information, the products that were bought, and the pick-up time for each purchase, making online order fulfillment quick and easy for her team. 

 

‘After the stay at home restrictions are lifted we are curious to see how the e-commerce portion of our business will behave. We will definitely keep the website shopping page because we think it is a great addition to the current way we are operating.’ – Rachael Cox

 

SalesVu is thrilled to be a part of the Tea Trolley’s journey and to help business owners like Rachel adjust to these challenging times.  If you want to enjoy an afternoon tea from home, you can place your Tea Trolley order here.

 

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SalesVu Kitchen Display – A key way to go paperless

                                   Incoming by SalesVu is a iPad based kitchen display that allows users to go paperless. Seamless with the SalesVu and Square POS, heres how it is beneficial to Ryan over at Cocoa Coffee House

We’re a small quick service coffee shop but we serve a large American tourist market on a beautiful Bahamian destination called Harbour Island.  During our season our mornings especially can get chaotic and crazy in a matter of minutes.  And, because we have one iPad register if there is any confusion regarding an order, having to retrieve or query it slows down our operation.  We have long queues so when a customer has been waiting in line for any length of time, we prefer to not disrupt the flow of cashing to query another customers order.  Enter incoming!

With incoming this issue was solved so efficiently we wished we deployed the app sooner.  When considering where to mount the iPad POS  for the KDS, we were initially hesitant as we have an organic vibe and we were worried about looking commercial.  As soon as we deployed the screen however it literally folded right into our operation and did not take away from our overall feel.  We were able to use our older iPad as our KDS running incoming so its a good use case for older hardware.  We placed our screen in a convenient location between the kitchen and Barista floor because we realised that incoming was an excellent compliment to both functions.  

In the kitchen we still print receipts, but using incoming the team can quickly reference large orders, reprint orders and ready individual items in the order so that we operate in a more systematic and efficient way.  Incoming also functions as a time-clock so when team members join the shift in a busy time they are not interrupting the cashing workflow by clocking-in for their shift.

Looking to the future, we would like to deploy mobile ordering.  With incoming, the team will be able to utilise the order pickup and ready features to interact with customers in the mobile app letting them know that their order is ready.

We see SalesVu incoming as a necessary element for any busy operation seeking to be more efficient, seeking to grow (with delivery and mobile), and boost customer service. 

–  Ryan (Owner of Cocoa Coffee house)

 

 

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Three Things to Consider When Choosing a Restaurant Self-Service Kiosk

 

Like an ever-growing number of restaurant owners, you may have decided that the many benefits of self-service kiosks — including higher ticket sizes, reduced wait times, and improved efficiencies — would make them a good choice for your business. If you’re ready to take the next step and start shopping for your solution, here are some things to keep in mind.

 

  1. Spatial Ergonomics

As they say in real estate, it’s all about location, location, location. Every square foot of your restaurant needs to be optimized for maximum efficiency and workflow, so you’ll need to give some careful thought to where your kiosks should be placed. Self-service kiosks are meant to enhance the customer experience by moving diners through your lines more quickly and with shorter wait times; but consider where they will wait for their meals, and how the kiosks should be incorporated into your floor plan for best traffic flow. You’ll also need room for more than just the ordering screen; there will likely be peripherals for payment processing and receipt printing.

 

  1. Durable and Highly Responsive Touchscreen Technology

Users will already be familiar with the projected capacitive touchscreens on their smartphones and personal tablets, so they should be comfortable ordering from a tablet-based kiosk. Projected capacitive touchscreens generally tend to be durable and have a relatively long life because there are no moving parts to wear out. The screens require only light touches to operate (and some can even be used with gloved fingers, depending on how sensitivity is adjusted), so customers won’t need to bang on them like manual typewriter keys. They also have good optical properties, enabling restaurant ordering screens that are easy to read and full of appealing graphic images.

 

  1. Point of Sale Integration

One of the most important features that restaurant owners want from self-service kiosks is easy integration with their point of sale (POS) software. The kiosks need to be able to communicate and share real-time information with several other POS functionalities. For example, with integration, kiosks can update your inventory levels as orders are placed, so that customers aren’t trying to order items that are out of stock (and if your inventory management system is good, it won’t let you run out of popular items). When the systems are connected, any menu or pricing changes are applied across the board, ensuring a consistent customer experience no matter which ordering option they use.

 

Integration with your POS System also allows kiosks to access customer information such as purchase histories, allowing them to make personalized upselling suggestions based on customer preferences. If the customer is a member of your loyalty rewards program, POS integration ensures that they can earn and redeem rewards when using the kiosks. Integration also enables the purchase and use of your branded gift cards at the kiosks. All of this sharing of POS data increases customer convenience and satisfaction.

 

When choosing the right self-service kiosk for your restaurant, you also need to look for a knowledgeable vendor. SalesVu’s OrderUp App creates self-service kiosk functionality on an iPad and fully integrates with our other POS solutions, all backed by 24/7 customer support. Contact us today to find out more about how our products can improve your business.

 

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5 Key Benefits of Restaurant Self-Order Kiosks

 

With all of the dining options available to today’s consumers, restaurant owners need to use every technological advantage to draw and keep diners. Great food is important, but food is just part of an overall customer experience that includes speed, accuracy, and personalized service. One key technology that can help to accomplish those goals is the self-order kiosk. Let’s look at the benefits of adding kiosks to your technology profile.

 

  1. Increased Upselling and Larger Ticket Sizes

You can train your staff to upsell by asking the customer “Do you want to make that sandwich a combo?” or “Would you like to try New Item X today?” But odds are, they aren’t going to remember to ask those questions every time. With self-order kiosks, you never miss an opportunity to upsell, because the ordering process automatically includes multiple suggestions for customers to augment their orders. And the upselling prompts contribute to increased ticket sizes: kiosk checks tend to be higher than cashier orders by 15 to 30%.

 

  1. Enhanced Order Customization

One of the most important factors in customer satisfaction is the ability to get orders prepared exactly the way customers like it, whether that means extra toppings, additional cook time, or different side items. With self-order kiosks, customization has never been easier. The kiosk can display all menu information (including nutritional and dietary stats) and all customization options, so your counter staff doesn’t have to memorize every possible combination. Customers can also see how their customizations (substituting a salad for the fries, or adding more cheese) affect their ticket in real time, without having to wait until the order is complete.

 

  1. Improved Order Accuracy

Placing an order with an actual person is a bit like a game of “Telephone”: the more people involved in the transmission of a message, the more chances for errors to be introduced. With self-order kiosks, there’s no opportunity for things to be mis-heard or miscommunicated. Diners input and customize the orders themselves and can visually check the accuracy before completing the purchase, assured that they will be receiving exactly what they requested.

 

  1. Reduced Wait Times/Line-Busting

You want to make ordering as easy as possible for customers, and that includes reducing or eliminating long waits in line. By offering an additional path to purchase, self-order kiosks will break up the long lines that could deter potential diners and cost you business, especially during peak times. Research has shown that if the line to order from a cashier is longer than 5 people, 75% of customers would choose to order from a self-service kiosk instead, if available. And reducing lines and wait times also leads to higher throughput, increasing your revenue.

 

  1. Reduced Front-of-House Labor Costs

Despite what many people may think, self-order kiosks are meant to be used in addition to your front-of-house (FOH) staff, not to replace them. Some customers will still choose to order from traditional cashiers (who won’t feel as pressured to keep long lines moving), and someone should be available to assist with the kiosks as needed. However, you won’t need as many FOH people, and you can reassign some of them to the kitchen for more efficient prep of the increased number of orders that will be coming in.

 

If you haven’t yet implemented self-order kiosks as one of your paths to purchase, you may be losing customers to restaurants that have. SalesVu can help you upgrade your technology profile with a variety of POS solutions, including the OrderUp App, which can turn an iPad into a self-order kiosk. Schedule a demo today and see how kiosks can benefit your customers and your profits.

 

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4 Must-Have Software Features for Specialty Retail Stores

 

Specialty retail stores have many hoops to jump through in order to stay ahead of the competition—in-store cafés and restaurants, omnichannel operations, a great social media presences—all are important parts of an overall retail strategy to stay competitive and increase profits.

Pulling this strategy off successfully is easier in theory than in practice however. To achieve the results you want, you need to have the right tools to help you. Here are a few software features that can help specialty retail stores get ahead:

Seamless Inventory Management

Nowadays, it’s not enough for specialty retail stores to run an omnichannel operation—they have to do it better than the competition. This is why your inventory management software must be omnichannel-capable, offering full, real-time visibility into your inventory and order fulfillment. Not just with your retail inventory, but your café or lifestyle space as well.

You need to be able to easily transfer inventory from one location to another, and know the inventory count of your products at the source location and at the destination location. You also need to have an in-depth view of profitability, recipe tracking, and the capability to be alerted when thresholds have been reached.

Effective Labor Management

Beyond your inventory, labor is one of the biggest expenses for specialty retail stores. In order to effectively manage it, you need software that can help you optimize your scheduling and forecast your needs.

By identifying periods of heavy and light traffic, such as seasonal influxes around the holidays, and slow hours due to weather conditions or certain times of the day, you can plan the number of staff on-hand more accurately. This prevents you from losing money from overstaffing, while still ensuring you have the right amount of coverage.

Effortless Vendor Management

You likely get your inventory from a variety of vendors. Keeping track of vendor orders—open, closed, and partial—through unreliable manual processes can take up your valuable time and lead to errors. Your POS system should be able to easily track orders and alert you when thresholds reach critical levels. It should make it easy to know when you need to reorder stock, and effortless to send those orders. It can also help you plan effectively for vendor deliveries.

Comprehensive Customer Engagement Tools

Customer loyalty is more important than ever. It is absolutely essential that specialty retail stores offer a loyalty and rewards program that incentivizes shoppers to return time and time again. Not only is this critical for fostering better customer relationships, but it provides the data you need to run more effective promotions and tailor your marketing to your customers.

This data helps you understand what your customers are looking for, what types of communications are most effective, and what steps you should take to boost customer engagement.

As digital technology continues to evolve and the internet provides customers with more and more conveniences, it only becomes harder to meet shifting customer expectations and drive loyalty. Though technology advancements have been a burden to retailers, they have also been a blessing.

Retail technology has kept up with these growing demands, and specialty retail stores can leverage these innovative software solutions to not only keep up, but get ahead.

SalesVu offers a number of free and low-cost apps designed specifically to meet the needs of specialty retail stores and their customers. Interested in learning more? Contact SalesVu today!

 

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A point of sale (POS) system can do everything a cash register can, plus so much more that will help you run your business better.

If you operate a farm-to-table restaurant, you may have chosen to use a traditional cash register for your payment management system. Cash registers can be an appealing choice for small businesses because they’re fairly inexpensive and durable. However, a POS system, especially one that runs on a mobile device such as an iPad, can do everything a cash register can, plus so much more that will help you run your business better. Here are four advantages an iPad POS system can offer your restaurant.

  1. Inventory Management

An iPad POS system can provide a great deal more information about all aspects of your business than a traditional cash register. One particularly vital aspect is inventory management. Your farm-to-table restaurant likely deals with smaller, independent suppliers, so finding the right balance for your orders is key. Order too little, and you risk turning away disappointed customers when you run out of a favorite dish. Order too much, and your unused fresh produce spoils on the shelves, creating costly waste. An iPad POS system can keep track of your inventory and tell you when and how much to reorder, based on sales and usage. It saves you the labor of manual inventory, eliminates ordering guesswork, and minimizes potential lost revenue.

  1. Staff Management

Another managerial headache that an iPad POS system can alleviate is employee scheduling. Your POS can chart your busiest and off-peak times of the day, week, month, or season, helping to ensure that you aren’t understaffed (creating unfavorable customer experiences) or overstaffed (paying unnecessary labor costs). You can also evaluate each employee’s sales performance, so you can schedule your best workers where you need them most. And you can keep an eye out for employee theft, as the system tracks who is responsible for all transactions, including voids and refunds.

  1. Customer Relationship Management

Your farm-to-table restaurant needs to gain and keep customers. An iPad POS system will maintain a wealth of information about your customers — including contact information and purchase histories — which you can use to create targeted marketing campaigns. You can also set up a loyalty rewards program to encourage return visits and increased spending. And you can offer gift cards and discount coupons, all managed with your POS.

  1. Integration with Other Systems

Another way that an iPad POS system offers greater functionality than a cash register is in how it integrates with other business tools. Many POS systems can share sales data with programs such as QuickBooks or other accounting software, saving you time and labor. If you’ve already discovered the benefits of a kitchen display system, your POS can coordinate all incoming orders for the KDS, not just in-house but also online orders from your website or app, or to-go orders placed on a self-service kiosk. You can also accept a wider variety of payment methods, as the POS can be equipped with readers for EMV chip cards or mobile wallet payments such as Apple Pay or Google Pay. And if you’re buying (or selling) items in bulk, you’ll want a POS that can integrate with an NTEP Certified scale.
SalesVu offers a variety of free apps that can turn any iPad into a POS system. Your farm-to-table restaurant will gain not only payment processing functionality but also reservation and table management (OnTheList); loyalty programs, gift cards, and group discounts (Regulars and VIPz); staff scheduling (Shift); kitchen display system coordination (Incoming); and more. No cash register can do all that. Plus, with SalesVu you’ll have 24/7 customer support. Contact SalesVu to explore the benefits of upgrading your restaurant cash register to an iPad POS system.

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POS for Farmers: Sell On-the-Farm and at the Market


Traditional cash registers might seem like the best payment management option for small business owners, including farmers. A cash register is relatively cheap and has a long lifespan. But an iPad-based POS system offers a whole new realm of opportunities to improve your business and to add functionalities that no cash register can provide. Let’s look at some of the advantages of POS for farmers.

  • Increased Efficiency

An iPad POS system will improve the overall efficiency of your business by providing access to a wide range of data that gives insight into your sales, customer behavior, employee performance, and more. Create more detailed sales and accounting reports than you can with a cash register, and even feed that information directly into your accounting software.
Another key functionality for greater efficiency is inventory management. Automatically track inventory based on sales and usage, reducing the labor and potential human error of manual inventory. You’ll get alerts when it’s time to restock, and you’ll know how much to replenish, avoiding waste from overstocking. A POS system for farmers who sell items in bulk can be integrated with an NTEP Certified scale for tracking inventory by weight.

  • Payment Flexibility

With an iPad POS for farmers, you can accept a greater variety of payment methods than simply cash or check. A 2017 survey by payment processor TSYS revealed that 44% of consumers prefer to pay by debit card, and 33% by credit card. Your POS can be equipped with card readers so you can accept these payments, including payments by EMV chip cards. You can also accept mobile or digital wallet payments from sources such as Apple Pay or Google Pay. According to the 2017 American Express Digital Payments Survey, 46% of respondents said they rarely or never use cash anymore; so you should be prepared to handle the types of payments your customers prefer.
You’ll also be able to give your customers more detailed receipts than those provided by a cash register, with information such as item descriptions, prices, and coupons or other discount savings.
Another advantage of an iPad POS system over a traditional cash register? Mobility. It’s easy to take your POS anywhere there’s an internet connection, whether you’re selling at the farmers’ market or participating in local festivals or tasting events. Take payments in house or on the road.

  • Better Customer Service

A POS for farmers can help you provide a more positive customer experience. Not only can you take all types of payment and give better receipts, but the checkout process will be faster and more efficient. An iPad-based system will have an intuitive interface, one that your employees will likely already be familiar with from their own personal devices, so it will be easy for them to learn and use. And using a barcode scanner to ring up products is much faster (and more accurate) than manually keying in item numbers and prices on a register.
With an iPad POS, you can utilize consumer data to create targeted marketing campaigns and implement programs designed to retain customers, such as a loyalty rewards program. These programs create a sense of connection that customers desire, and they increase satisfaction. Buyers will be encouraged to return more often, and they tend to spend more when a loyalty program is in place.
You can turn any iPad into a POS system by using the free apps offered by SalesVu. You’ll find the tools you need to run your business better, from payment processing to loyalty programs. For more detailed analytics, you can subscribe to SalesVu’s cloud services. And you’ll have access to customer support, 24/7. Contact SalesVu today to learn more about the benefits of POS for farmers.

 

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