eData Restaurant POS Payments
When launching a restaurant, coffee shop, or other foodservice business, your choice of a payment processor will be very consequential. From the amount you pay to process credit card transactions to compatible POS systems to mobile card readers, your processor will have to meet your business needs and accommodate your goals.
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eDataPay’s POS is built for the restaurant industry and has a lot to offer restaurants and bars. Options include a purpose-built tableside ordering device called eDataPay Go, mobile ordering, check splitting, customized tip percentage options, menu creation, digital receipts, time tracking, and advanced reporting, among other features. And for an extra $25/month, you can get access to eDataPay’s fully integrated loyalty program.
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The right restaurant point of sale (POS) system can provide more value to your business than simply handling orders and payments. eDataPay POS restaurant point of sale systems provide your business with tools that can increase operational efficiency, control cost, and improve the bottom line. Our POS systems are designed for iOS devices so they are perfectly suited for taking orders tableside and pay-at-the-table convenience. eDataPay POS systems are also designed to allow you to configure the user interface to help employees work quickly and accurately.
Foodservice businesses require processing devices that cater to the particular needs of the industry.
Mobile card readers and tablets, especially ones that can accept NFC payments, are particularly useful in a restaurant/cafe/bar setting. At the very least, you’ll need a terminal that can accept EMV payments.
A good restaurant-focused POS will offer devices that can accommodate your particular needs. In particular, Clover, or Talech offers a line of products well-suited to the demands of the industry, which is why a number of the processors featured in this article offer Clover devices. If the processor you’re considering offers Clover devices, that’s generally a good sign.