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Acrelec Joins Hands With Par Technology To Improve Its Pos Capabilities For Kiosks, Drive-Thrus, And Digital Menu Boards
PAR customers will benefit from Acrelec kiosks, drive-thrus, and digital menu boards as a result of this collaboration and integration.
Fremont, CA: POS systems are the great equalizer in many respects, helping small firms avoid becoming mired down with time-consuming and energy-intensive business-facing tasks. A smaller brand can provide fast and courteous service at virtually the same rate as a much larger, more established brand with the correct point-of-sale technology.
Indeed, a series of connectors that assist manage sales, inventory, personnel, payroll, and more are beneficial to business owners of all sizes. Data may be tracked automatically and frequently in real-time, rather than sitting and manually inputting it.
Acrelec, a global technology business that is revolutionizing the customer experience for restaurants and retail companies has completed its integration with ParTech's Brink POS® software and Punchh Loyalty platform. PAR customers will benefit from Acrelec kiosks, drive-thrus, and digital menu boards as a result of this collaboration and integration.
A comprehensive POS connection enables a flawless customer experience when it comes to self-ordering kiosk technology, drive-thru, and digital menu boards. In addition, it eliminates operational frictions, reducing mistakes and simplifying the development and management of IT projects.
"When testing and rolling-out new technology in restaurants, it is vital that technology providers partner together for the benefit of the brands and their consumers," said Acrelec Innovation & Marketing Director ThibaudDenolle. "We're confident that PAR customers will greatly benefit from accessing Acrelec technology as an additional option for serving their guests."
Acrelec has approximately 80,000 installations in 70 countries and almost 1,000 workers, including three production factories and a software section of 150 people. They collaborate with well-known companies such as McDonald's, Dunkin' Donuts, Burger King, KFC, and Taco Bell, offering a comprehensive ecosystem of digital solutions for QSR and Fast Casual businesses.