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Does your restaurant have a retail wine, bakery, or gift store? In addition to Digital Dining’s extensive food service features, we also have features that support the retail component of your operations, all in a single system. With support for up to 999,999 items, including bar-coded items, we can meet the most demanding retail situations. A single system means simplified maintenance and daily operations. From end-of-day cash reconciliation, credit card batches and sales reporting, do it once in a single system. Mix and match with bar codes and touch screens, multiple profit centers and food, beverage, and retail items on one check with separate subtotals or separate checks. Complete your system with integrated credit card service, security camera interface, and handhelds with bar code readers.
With Digital Dining, you can create records for up to 999,999 items, including menu items for the dining areas and gift items for the retail areas, within a single database. This centralized database provides simpler and easier maintenance of items from all areas of the restaurant.
Digital Dining allows you to define as many separate retail profit centers as your restaurant requires, which can provide you with more specialized system management and detailed reporting capabilities.
Digital Dining can support counter-integrated flatbed scanners for scanning grocery items to speed up operations in your retail area. Some flatbed scanners can emit a warning tone to alert cashiers that they have an “out of stock” or “not on file” item that requires manual entry.
Digital Dining can print food, beverage, and retail items on a single check, allowing customers to quickly purchase gifts and souvenirs at a cashier/retail counter register after dining.
Servers and cashiers can accept credit cards for partial payments, split a check between multiple customers, and authorize a sale by simply swiping the card after placing the order.
"Retail Sales" is part of the Digital Dining line of products, developed by Menusoft Systems Corporation.