Reasons to Consider Going Cashless

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A growing number of restaurants are opting to go cashless as more people choose to pay with debit or credit cards. This payment approach can dramatically improve efficiency as it removes having to perform time-consuming tasks such as counting cash at the end of the day. It also expedites the check out process, cutting down on wait times and reducing the odds of disgruntled customers.

Going cashless can potentially encourage clients to spend more. Cash has limits. If customers wish to purchase something that costs $10 but they have about $15 in cash, they may decide to refrain from buying the item. These limits are removed by using plastic, encouraging customers to spend more than they otherwise would.

Millennials and Generation Z are increasingly forgoing cash in favor of modern payment methods like the popular Venmo that allows bills to be easily split, Google Pay for Android phones, or Apple Pay. These payment methods are secure and can open you up to a broader target audience. Modern POS systems can accept these payment methods without issue.

This update is by On The Fly POS, a restaurant point of sale app focused on a simple to use, yet highly effective digital tablet menu system. Our system can replace paper menus using a modern solution available in multiple languages that integrates seamlessly with modern POS systems. Features include table ordering and payment, a user-friendly backend, email or printed receipts, and menu integration complete with high-quality photos and video. For more information on our restaurant POS app or to schedule a demonstration, visit our website or email info@ontheflypos.com.

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