Systopia, the order and payments solutions provider, is helping on-site foodservice companies compete with high street food outlets by launching a range of self-service kiosks.
The kiosks, which could increase a consumer’s average order value by 20%, replicate the choice, speed and convenience offered by external eateries, thereby encouraging employees to use on-site facilities and appealing to those who typically take less time for lunch. The kiosks aren also said to help organisations drive down labour costs and increase revenue.
Chris Lyons, managing director of Systopia, said: “The introduction of self-service kiosks across other sectors has proven to be an unprecedented success, leading to a 20% increase in average receipt turnover. We are now bringing our range of innovative and customisable self-service kiosks to the foodservice industry for the very first time, so they too can offer valuable staff enhanced on-site facilities, whilst enjoying significant revenue growth and making considerable labour cost savings.