UK-based restaurant chain Crepaffaire deploys imageholders self service kiosks

Crepaffaire, a UK-based crepes restaurant chain, has deployed imageholders Shell+ iPad Pro tablet kiosks, according to a press release.

The Shell+ tablet kiosk securely holds the iPad Pro 12.9-inch tablet and is used as a POS ordering system using Lightspeed software. This is the first iPad Pro 12.9-inch which imageholders has installed in a restaurant.

The kiosk faces staff who input the customer's order and process payments on the tablet. The enclosures are securely mounted using powder-coated steel arms with full cable management, onto pre-existing countertops.

The Shell+ tablet enclosure is designed to work as a self-service POS point. The tablet kiosk can work within a hospitality or retail environment.

"The kiosks were easy to install, and staff are finding them simple to use," Catalina Gomez, Crepeaffaire LTD central operations manager, said in the press release. "The ordering process was simple, and imageholders were incredibly helpful. The kiosks are a stylish addition to Crepeaffaire, and we look forward to continuing our work with imageholders."

"The Shell+ tablet kiosks are our highest security rated enclosure," said Peter Thompson, imageholders director. "Crepeaffaire were fantastic to work with, they have a stylish design to their restaurants, and the Shell+ kiosk fits seamlessly within their design. Their choice of tablet, the iPad Pro 12.9-inch, meant that the Shell+ was the perfect choice. They are already deployed within high traffic areas and are ideal for the restaurant and hospitality industry due to their sleek design and flexibility with integrated devices."

The Shell+ tablet kiosk can securely house many devices alongside the tablet, including; contactless readers, ID scanners, swipe, EMV readers, barcode scanners and fingerprint scanners, to name a few.

Topics: Restaurants, Self-Ordering, Tablets

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