Joint POS solutions streamline foodservice operations

Lavu, a mobile restaurant POS software provider, has certified Epson America Inc.'s TM-U220-i OmniLink receipt printer -- Multi-Station KDS controller solution to help customers improve efficiency by integrating the KDS controller into their existing kitchen workflow. The solution is available from Lavu, according to a press release.

Epson's KDS provides Lavu customers with the ability to manage kitchen tickets, which are displayed on the KDS for easy visibility and management. The integration delivers a hardware and software solution, enabling streamlined back-of-house management and improved front- and back-of-house communications, order speed and accuracy, and ultimately, increased efficiency. Designed for small quick‑serve restaurants, Epson's KDS controller drives a customer's kitchen display and provides a printing solution to the workflow.

"We have been working closely with Epson since the pre-release of its KDS solution to ensure Lavu would be ready to offer this latest product offering," Steve Brown, director of sales at Lavu, said in the press release. "The combination of Epson's flexible, easy-to-install and highly customizable KDS solutions with built-in printers allows us to run more efficient food service operations, leading to more satisfied customers."   

Epson's Multi-Station KDS controller leverages the OmniLink TM-U220-i COM printer to drive up to nine kitchen displays via convenient networked KDS expansion modules. This POS system-agnostic solution offers improved efficiency, accuracy and redundancy for uninterrupted service, automatically rerouting orders if one station goes down, and providing a backup printer. 

(Photo courtesy of Epson America Inc.)

Topics: Hardware, Manufacturers

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