P.O.S. Systems

Global Restaurant Source is your #1 supplier for POS System equipment and installation!

Point of Sale (POS) equipment is the technology-based order-entry computer system that many restaurants use to record orders, capture data and view or print tickets. Restaurant servers, bartenders and cashiers can all use POS systems to easily enter beverage or food orders. The POS acts as a cash register as well as a computer. In fact, the POS can consist of multiple stations, including credit card terminals, receipt printers, display screens, hostess stations and server stations. Having a POS system in place can add convenience, accuracy and save time in busy situations.

Modern POS systems, especially those in large chain restaurants, have digital display components. Technically called kitchen display systems, also known as KDS screens or “bump screens,” the order pops up with clear information as to what food was requested, the time the order was placed, the table number and the server name. When the food is prepared and finished, the kitchen worker will hit a button on the screen, effectively “bumping” it from view and recording the time it was finished. This is an especially effective way to stay organized, communicate the status of orders, and record speed of service information.

GRS now offers a complete turnkey POS package. We can provide you a complete POS solution. From touchscreen terminals to complete menu setup and design, on-site and remote training and support options, GRS is your full-service provider for POS systems and staff training. We offer 30+ years of experience and we are part of one of the nation’s largest buying groups, allowing us to guarantee we will provide the perfect system for your business at the best possible pricing. Your POS system is the heart of your business, don’t make the mistake that so many unsuccessful business make. Use your resources… use Global Restaurant Source!

Contact us for more information or to place an order today!

Global Restaurant Source is a member of the MVRA (Miami Valley Restaurant Association).

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