Proudly serving great American food with a British twist, Annie's Cafe had a flair for making food and the dining experience fun. With its growing popularity, the restaurant needed to grow, and that includes its technology needed updating to accomodate the increasing crowds. They needed a modern POS system with mobility so the staff can provide better service and run more efficiently. Read how Annie's Cafe implemented mobile POS, and how it has transformed their business to new heights.
Delancey Street is the country’s leading residential self-help organization for former substance abusers, ex-convicts, homeless and others who have hit bottom. The foundation employs its residences to run the foundation’s restaurant and cafe. In 2009, Posiflex donated nine POS touch screen terminals to Delancey Street, and has recently donated ten new stations so the group could better run their two restaurant training facilities. Read how the foundation and Posiflex have transformed lives for the better by giving them training and especially hope.
Jeremy Myers heard stories that his newly-owned property was haunted…yet, that didn’t stop him from opening up Myerz Pourhouse bar and lounge. But, Jeremy started experiencing the hauntings at the bar himself. The hauntings negatively affected him and his business. But, with the help of Spike TV's Bar Rescue, he was able to turn things around with a full upgrade, including adding better POS equipment from Posiflex.
9021PHO is a multi-location upscale Vietnamese / California fusion restaurant group poised for growth, and has outgrown its limited POS capability to manage centrally its existing location, and future concepts to come. With the help of renowned chefs Kimmy Tang and Kevin Hee, co-owner Alfred De Carolis, needed to create, scale and support a new, reliable POS infrastructure to streamline operations and maximize revenue.
Posiflex’s POS tablet, the MT4008, received multiple awards for its intelligent, innovative design and functionality. The Posiflex MT4008 tablet is a ground-breaking, fully modular hybrid system designed to provide mobile flexibility with powerful stationary POS functionality. Read how one reseller has taken the MT4008 and successfully deployed it in a drive-through and traditional table establishment.
Host to Montana's biggest events -- from popular rodeo festivals, to massive auto shows, to large-scale concerts, MetraPark is the largest event venue of its kind, within the 5-state midwest region. The multi-facility center serves more than 650,000 patrons a year. After a devastating tornado, MetraPark administrators had to rebuild, including their entire POS system. They initially opted for an ECR system, but found it to be sub-par for their large-stadium needs. They replaced them with Posiflex systems, and they never looked back.
A well-known convenience store in Oklahoma was flattened by the devasting tornado that hit the area in 2013. When the store staff returned to the store the next day, all that was left was rubble, exept for their Posiflex POS terminal, which to their astonishment, survived and the system booted up.VIEW CASE STUDY
A quaint New York French restaurant caught on fire due to an electrical short -- but their POS terminal was able to withstand the fire and kept on working. After the fire, the bistro had to close down, but their Posiflex POS terminal survived -- and, after replacing the AC cord, the terminal turned on and was ready for more business.VIEW CASE STUDY
Baptist Health is an example of a health care organization that successfully implemented touch screen technology for patient registration/check-in. Baptist Health is a three-hospital, 454 bed provider and tertiary referral center, who reduced patient check-in from an average of 15 minutes to 3 minutes. Over 250,000 self patient registrations have already been processed cutting administrative cost, improving data accuracy and increasing patient satisfaction.VIEW CASE STUDY
The Tacky Jacks seafood restaurant franchise, located on the Gulf Coast of Alabama, has spectacular views of the ocean and the surrounding seaside coast. The only problem is, they are continually exposed to the salty air, causing major issues to their outdoor POS equipment. Their previous POS hardware terminals continued to fail due to the corrosion from the salty air. By switching to Posiflex touch screen terminals, it allowed them to keep their equipment outside for over five years -- trouble-free!VIEW CASE STUDY
Propel and Posiflex both have green initiatives which are fused together with software from Triple E Technologies (www.e3tek.com). Propel needed a unified pump management and convenience store POS solution to manage both full-station/store operations and unmanned co-located fueling facilities.VIEW CASE STUDY
Superstorm Sandy in 2012 ripped through the eastern seaboard with winds up to 115 mph, causing untold misery and $75 billion in damage. La Costa Lounge, a popular party destination on the New Jersey shore, was hit hard by the storm, but their POS terminals --including the ones that were left outside on the patio, facing the brunt of the storm and covered with sand and water -- booted up immediately.VIEW CASE STUDY
Hooters wanted to prevent theft, improve productivity and monitor time and attendance. They needed a POS system that could help alleviate these issues. They could have used methods, such as using PINs or swipe cards, but neither provided the optimal solution for truly secure transactions and, in turn, reduced transaction fraud and food costs. Hooters partnered with Posiflex and DigitalPersona to provide the solution they were looking for: Biometric-Enabled POS.VIEW CASE STUDY
A New Jersey fine dining restaurant, was engulfed in a blazing inferno taking 150 emergency responders to contain. In the rubble, they found a Posiflex terminal wet, filthy and melted. After replacing the heat-damaged power cord, the reseller plugged the terminal in, and the familiar glow of the Posiflex logo appeared. The terminal was 100% working. Posiflex, a fire survivor.VIEW CASE STUDY
"I had done so much wrong that I wanted to make it right, so I tried really hard," recalls Ramiro, a guy who has been through tough times -- and has caused a lot of it -- throughout his childhood and early adulthood. His life changed dramatically for the better when a judge gave him a break on his expected 12-year prison sentence -- he sent Ramiro to The Delancey Street Foundation. There, he learned valuable vocational skills and life lessons to become an honest, productive member of society. Read more on how The Delancey Street Foundation and Posiflex have given hope to those who truly want to change their lives for the better.VIEW CASE STUDY
Bomboras Grille is a trendy and hip full service restaurant that had problems with their Apple-based POS that ‘never worked’. Reseller, B&C Hospitality, showed that Bomboras Grille could use a ‘beefed up’ Posiflex to handle their many wireless devices.VIEW CASE STUDY
The restaurant is a busy place, where food and drinks spill on a daily basis, potentially creating havoc on unsuspecting POS hardware that runs the operations. The Montana Club knows this scenario quite well. They constantly get substances like rice kernels, soy sauce and sugary drinks on -- and inside -- their equipment, especially in their printers. But, they found a solution with spill- and dust-resistant Posiflex PP9000 printer.VIEW CASE STUDY
Starting with only a donation jar as their "POS system", the Pacific Pinball Museum wanted to upgrade to a better system to manage their growing non-profit organization, which is home to the world's largest collection of vintage pinball machines open to the public. The Museum upgraded to a full POS system running Ultimate Retailer software and Posiflex hardware. Read more on how Posiflex has helped keep Pinball nostalgia alive and well for pinball enthusiasts for many years to come.VIEW CASE STUDY