eVolve POS systems provide prudential solution for food service industry

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eVolve Technologies (Pvt.) Limited are gaining momentum and brings value to their tagline ‘Easy Solutions - Powerful Contributions’ by introducing the ‘Restaurant POS System’. 

This latest software developed by eVolve focused towards restaurants and other Food Service related establishments such as fine dining restaurants, take away outlets, clubs and bars offers a turnkey tailored business solution.

Overall, the basis is simple. The POS system will grow with the business and adapt easily to the ever-changing landscape of that business. This solution offers everything that would be needed to ensure a smooth sail in terms of operational management. 

Through the POS system, services such as an integrated Online Ordering, Inventory Control, table side-ordering and payment, real-time alerts, Mobile management capabilities and a robust back office management towards a revenue boost can be offered with the benefit of a cost-effective enhancement to the bottom line.

The POS system or the eVolve Restaurant Manager is marketed with a touch screen and a printed billing system. The entire system is constructed to be user-friendly, reliable and flexible. The fully efficient and profitable approach from eVolve POS systems would no doubt bring in increased revenues as well as customer satisfaction.

eVolve Technologies (Pvt.) Limited is an authorized Value Added Reseller & Solution Provider for Sage ACCPAC ERP Business Management software in Sri Lanka. The company is also a Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) establishment offering Call centre services, Transcription services and Online IT support services to clients in UK, USA and Asia.

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