Epos Now Partners With TableUp to Cut Commission Fees of Online Food Ordering

With TableUp integrated directly into Epos Now point of sale systems, restaurants instantly receive the benefits of a user-friendly online version of their menu, compatible with any desktop or mobile browser. Guests can order online for pickup or dine-in, while their preferences and data are stored for future customer outreach, marketing and promotions.

Epos Now has announced a partnership with restaurant software provider TableUp, an all-in-one solution for restaurants of all sizes that offers a personalised and convenient experience to both establishments and their customers.

Epos Now’s POS customers can now use the integration to streamline and grow their operations with best-in-class custom online ordering solutions that cut out the hidden commission fees of other online ordering companies. The solution provides tailored experiences through branded iOS and Android apps, integrate seamlessly with Epos Now and TableUp’s loyalty module and capture guest data for marketing purposes.

With TableUp integrated directly into Epos Now point of sale systems, restaurants instantly receive the benefits of a user-friendly online version of their menu, compatible with any desktop or mobile browser. Guests can order online for pickup or dine-in, while their preferences and data are stored for future customer outreach, marketing and promotions.

Rather than charge a large commission fee or display their menu or information on third-party websites that dilute brand, TableUp empowers restaurants to offer dine-in, takeout, and delivery through an online ordering system that can be completely customized to match the voice and brand of any size restaurant, for a fraction of the cost of other online ordering services.

Epos Now’s mission platform capabilities would seem to align nicely with the TableUp model for empowering restaurants of all kinds to take their daily operations, online presence and marketing efforts to the next level. In a world where mobile devices now serve as a primary channel for food ordering, used by upwards of 70 percent of consumers, a fully integrated solution is fundamental to success and growth.

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