Lilly Anderson, Author
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As restaurants slowly open for dinner, the number of points of contact to improve health and hygiene practices is becoming extremely relevant after COVID 19. Over the years, automation has been influential in automating restaurant operations. Once again, restaurants can reduce very several touchpoints by adjusting to digital solutions and offer guests contactless dining choices.
The replacement of traditional menu cards is one way where restaurants can minimize touchpoints. 100 people handle daily menu cards and in the current situation, interaction with the menu cards handled by too many people is not safe. If you replace conventional menus with E-menu, you can discover menus, order food, and payments through mobile devices, without touching anything but mobile devices, making contactless restaurants.
Traditional menus are clearly typed copies and cannot be changed until printed and are therefore incredibly difficult to clean and retain. These menu cards often run the risk of becoming a breeding ground for dangerous bacteria that can be spread easily by contact, which must be avoided at all costs. The average shelf life of printed menu cards also is 6 months. Any alteration to the menu means either that a new menu must be printed or the original menu must be revised or overwritten. Very obviously, traditional meals are very safe and costly.
A digital menu makes zero contact requests and can be changed in real-time. Any alteration of the menu, definition, pricing, and availability will be modified automatically in real-time. All the guest has to do is check the QR code menu and order accordingly. This greatly saves money in the copying of paper copies and permits zero-touch ordering which is now very relevant in restaurant operations.
1. Guests can navigate the menu on their mobile devices completely contactless by scanning the QR Code on tables.
2. Real-time menu management, any time you make changes, you will be forced to reprint the menu.
3. Digital menus are interactive, and the menu can be updated with just a few clicks and QR codes do not need to be changed.
4. In just a few seconds, orders will be posted in the kitchen immediately like KOT without the manual procedure.
5. Digital payments now allow visitors to pay directly from their smartphone and to collect digital receipts.
6. Guests may order their smartphones directly for special purposes.
7. Guests may order their smartphones directly for special purposes.
The benefits of a digital menu are much greater than the downside. With any small requirement being digitized, it's time to adapt a digital signage device to the go in a restaurant. All this is all that remains to be said – Go Smart, go digital, go ahead.