Berg Liquor Controls adopts Epson receipt printers for liquor control systems

Photo courtesy of Epson America Inc.

Berg Liquor Controls, a provider of electronic beverage control systems for hospitality venues, has certified the Epson America Inc. OmniLink TM-T88V-i receipt printer and OmniLink TM-U220-i receipt printer/multistation KDS controller to streamline the drink-ordering and fulfillment process in the hospitality point-of-sale marketplace, according to a press release.

The OmniLink TM-U220-i is now available from Berg; the OmniLink TM-T88V-i will be available in Q4.

The joint solutions meet the need for Berg to provide an integration solution for its products in the emerging tablet-based POS market.

The integration platform with OmniLink smart printers makes Berg systems compatible with all POS systems that utilize Epson printers or Epson emulation in their printer communications protocols.

This enables the mainstreaming of Berg liquor control products into all venues as part of a total bar service management package.  

Integrated solutions allow servers to place drink orders from the floor without leaving their stations. This streamlines the drink-ordering process, gives servers more time to spend with customers, improves staff efficiency, ensures the consistency and accountability of all drinks served and delivers total control of liquor and cash management.

Drinks are ordered tableside, entered in a tablet by a server and routed wirelessly to the OmniLink T88V-i printer/monitor system at the bartender's station. Drinks appear on the bartender's monitor in the order they were placed.

The bartender highlights the order on the monitor and fulfills the orders from a Berg system that electronically measures and pours cocktails according to recipes stored in the Berg system, and then records the order in the POS system.

The drink order is then bumped from the bartender's monitor queue and the receipt is generated by the printer for instant and accurate delivery to the customer. 

Kitchen tickets are displayed on the KDS for easy visibility and management.

Topics: Customer Experience, Hardware, Kiosk Printers, Manufacturers, Networking / Connectivity, Restaurants, Software

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