Redwood City, Calif. — Presto, known for its in-house ordering tablets, has pivoted its business to help out the restaurant industry and is now offering a free Contactless Dining kit. The new kit enables restaurants to provide an end-to-end contactless in-house dining experience to guests. Guests can view the complete menu, place orders and pay at the table — without the need for any human contact.
Free to order, the kit is easy to implement and use. Guests can use their personal mobile devices to scan NFC tags and QR codes at restaurants in all categories: full-service, quick-serve or other hospitality. In addition, guests can check in online using their smartphone, view wait time estimates in real time, and get an alert when their table is ready.
Key features of the kit include:
- Contactless Menu: Guests can access the menu by scanning a QR code sticker or tent card using their smartphone. They can view the full menu, add items to their order, and see prices. They also have access to their loyalty rewards and prior customizations. Optionally, for guests not interested in using their own device, the menu can be displayed on a digital tablet dropped at the table. The tablet is safer, easier to clean and more environment-friendly compared to a laminated or paper menu.
- Contactless Ordering: The Presto system allows items to be modified and added to the order at any time. Optionally, orders can be directly pushed into the POS system through seamless data integration.
- Contactless Payment: The guest can pay the check using their own phone by scanning a QR Code or NFC tag. Payment is enabled using secure technologies such as mobile wallet, offering convenience and additional peace of mind to guests.
To order your free kit, visit https://presto.com/lp/contactless/.
Presto is headquartered in Silicon Valley, Calif., and has two other offices in Dallas and Toronto to provide wide geographical coverage.