NCR today revealed the launch of NCR Orderman7, its latest mobile point-of-sale (POS) solution in North America.
The company is unveiling the Orderman7 at the National Restaurant Association (NRA) show on May 16-19 in Chicago at McCormick Place. NCR is showcasing its latest in restaurant technology including its cloud, software and hardware solutions at NRA show.
NCR said Orderman7 handheld devices create efficiencies, boost productivity and reshape the guest experience. Employees can take orders and payment at the table or in-seats at theaters, to line-bust during peak traffic periods and to quickly and easily serve guests in bars and nightclubs.
Paul Langenbahn, president, NCR Hospitality, said: “The NCR Orderman7 is ideal for restaurants and cinemas of any size looking to embrace mobile innovations and transform the customer experience.”
With Orderman7’s 5-inch HD display, users can assist customers in all types of situations, including direct sunlight. The Orderman7 gives smartphone-like experience combined with shock-resistant and water-tight design, while featuring programmable side buttons for the most frequently used functions.
In North America, Orderman7 runs Aloha Mobile, a feature-rich POS software that gives servers mobile access to many of the features of the Aloha POS. The user interface (UI) for Aloha Mobile mirrors the UI of the Aloha POS software.
The Orderman7 handheld, when operating with Aloha Mobile, is a secure Payment Application Data Security Standard (PA-DSS) validated solution.
Justin Smith, director of Information Systems and Technology, Bagger Dave’s, said: “Our servers are using an Orderman7 device to place orders and receive payment at the table as well as to cover larger sections without sacrificing customer service.”