ADUSA, Inc. is a leading provider of digital engagement technologies, including self-ordering kiosk software and centrally managed digital menu board software.

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A ‘Best-of-Breed’ Approach to Selecting Digital Engagement Technology

A ‘Best-of-Breed’ Approach to Selecting Digital Engagement Technology

Working with a single vendor for a self-ordering solution may seem simpler on the surface, but a deployer may be short-changing themselves by doing so.

ADUSA teams with Frank Mayer and Associates on QSR, fast casual kiosks

ADUSA Inc. and Frank Mayer and Associates Inc.

ADUSA, Inc Announces Partnership with Frank Mayer and Associates, Inc. (Press Release)

Combined Self-Service Kiosk Technologies Target QSR & Fast Casual Restaurants

The Software for Digital Menu Boards

The Software for Digital Menu Boards

ADUSA makes it more Straightforward and Cost-Effective to offer an exceptional and informed Guest Experience.

ADUSA Inc. teams with LevelUp to enable mobile payment at kiosks

ADUSA Inc., a provider of self-service kiosk software, has announced its partnership and integration with LevelUp, a mobile loyalty, payment and ordering provider. ADUSA has integrated its Qi self-ordering software platform with the LevelUp onetouch mobile loyalty and payment solution...

Self-order kiosks let loose at National Restaurant Show

Self-order kiosks let loose at National Restaurant Show

The number of self-order kiosks on display at the National Restaurant Show nearly tripled over last year's exhibits as hardware and software manufacturers rush to meet the demand

Top Five List of Things Restaurant Guests Look for in Self-Ordering Kiosks

Top Five List of Things Restaurant Guests Look for in Self-Ordering Kiosks

Restaurant guests are becoming more accustomed to self-ordering as this engagement model becomes commonplace. In fact, they have a clearly defined list of expectations that restaurant operators should pay close attention to.

The Software for Self-Ordering Kiosks

The Software for Self-Ordering Kiosks

Self-Ordering Kiosks are one of the hottest technologies in Quick Service and Fast Casual restaurants but choosing the best software can be confusing and often times costly.

Top Ten List of Things to Look for in Kiosk Self-Ordering Software

Top Ten List of Things to Look for in Kiosk Self-Ordering Software

There are many variables and a lot to consider when looking for the best software to drive your self-ordering kiosks. Perhaps a Top-10 list will help narrow the focus to the most important factors.

Integrating Self-Ordering into Restaurant Operations

Integrating Self-Ordering into Restaurant Operations

Self-Ordering kiosks offer benefits at multiple levels of the restaurant’s operations; beyond organic order size growth and increased efficiency, today’s customers have come to rely on a consistent experience, accurate ordering, personalized levels of social engagement and convenience.

Adusa releases open guest identification for its kiosk software

Adusa Inc. has released an open identification key for retrieving guest order history as the first product enhancement of 2018 for its Qi software product, according to a press release.

Qi Software Brochure

Qi Software Brochure

What is Qi and what can this integrated software do for your business?

Choosing the Right Self-Order Kiosk Software for Restaurants

Choosing the Right Self-Order Kiosk Software for Restaurants

Most articles and papers written about self-order kiosks focus on kiosk hardware. As such, they can overlook important points that can only be addressed by the software.

Integration of Self-Order Kiosks and POS in Restaurants

Integration of Self-Order Kiosks and POS in Restaurants

Self-Ordering Kiosks are becoming more popular in Quick Service and Fast Casual restaurants. Beyond the kiosk, the mission-critical system that these companies all have in common is of course their Point of Sale.

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