On The Fly POS Blog

More Businesses Use the Power of On the Fly

Last time we highlighted one of the many businesses that have come to rely on the power and convenience of On the Fly. Today, we’re showcasing another business that’s also using our product to make the ordering process that much easier for customers. The next time you decide to visit the island of Key Biscayne

Read More »

Positive Feedback from Real Customers

With On the Fly, we’ve talked a lot about how it can help streamline your restaurant business operation. From making it easier to direct orders to the right staff to easing and expediting the payment process, it can be a vital tool to boost productivity. However, On the Fly is much more than just a

Read More »

On the Fly Arrives in the Entertainment Capital of the World

We have some exciting news to share today, ladies and gentlemen. We are proud to announce that On the Fly POS is now fully active in “Sin City”, better known as Las Vegas! A Vegas moves to reopen, we know that social distancing is still being encouraged. On the Fly handles basic aspects of the

Read More »

On the Fly Mobile Is the Social Distancing App

One of the major features that sets On the Fly (OTF) POS apart is how flexible it is. Even as cities return to a degree of normalcy and reopen, social distancing is still a major priority and it is still being strictly enforced. With OTF, you can enjoy your meals at home or in the

Read More »

Sell More with Product Pictures

A fundamental component of any restaurant business is the menu. The menu is where the customer gets a first impression of what the food may be like and what options are available to them. In most cases, these menus name the item and describe it but that’s where it ends. A customer is left to

Read More »

Managing Your Business as Cities Reopen

With cities relaxing their stay at home orders somewhat and allowing businesses to reopen under certain restrictions, small businesses may have a lot of work to do to prepare and ensure customers, as well as staff, are safe. If your business remained in operation, were there any areas that became difficult to address or could’ve

Read More »