NEXTEP SYSTEMS, a provider of automated ordering and dynamic menu display solutions, recently announced record fourth quarter sales, profitable 2009 operations and a four-year compound annual growth rate in excess of 100 percent.
"The consumer now embraces the concept and convenience of self-order kiosks," said Tommy Woycik, president of NEXTEP SYSTEMS. "And businesses are understanding how our technology provides better, faster service and greater ROI."
"2009 was our second consecutive year of profitability," Woycik said. "It was fueled by innovation, new products and an expanded client roster."
NEXTEP SYSTEMS reinforced its position as the leading provider of self-order kiosks to casinos in 2009 with projects launched with Harrah's Casino and Hotel, Grand Victoria Casino and Resort, Hollywood Casino and Lake of the Torches Resort and Casino.
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino also selected self-service hotel check-in kiosks by NEXTEP SYSTEMS.
NEXTEP SYSTEMS saw increasing demand for Dynamic Digital Menu Displays (DDMD) in airports, restaurants, grocery stores, and other food service venues, according to a company release.
"Our Dynamic Digital Menu Displays are digital menu boards on steroids," Woycik said. "They provide operators the ability to customize content instantaneously and to engage the customers' attention, elevating sales and profits."
The year included new and expanded projects with Delaware North Travel Hospitality Services, Concessions International, HMS Host Corporation, Schnucks Markets, Nittany Minit Mart, Ray's Apple Markets and Best Yet Market, Food Parc, Subway, Wow Bao and others.
"The efficiencies of our products are enabling us to grow even in these challenging economic times" Woycik said. "We are continuing to innovate and evolve so our clients are able to increase ROI and provide greater customer satisfaction."