Casio’s V-R series of POS terminals feature MenuDrive

9th December 2019 (Last Updated December 9th, 2019 15:57)

Point-of-sale (POS) and cash register products producer Casio America has included MenuDrive to its Android-based V-R series of terminals.

Point-of-sale (POS) and cash register products producer Casio America has included MenuDrive to its Android-based V-R series of terminals.

Casio’s V-R7000 and V-R200 POS terminals will now feature online ordering capabilities, which will benefit restaurant owners and managers, as well as customers.

Restaurant owners can develop an own-branded online and mobile ordering system that can interface with Casio’s V-R series of terminals through MenuDrive.

The use of online ordering will help restaurant owners and managers increase sales, streamline resources and provide enhanced service for customers.

Similarly, customers will be able to interact with a store or hospitality and foodservice establishment conveniently and efficiently.

Casio’s Systems Products Division sales development manager Glenn Deal said: “The restaurant industry is changing, and more customers are choosing to order their food online through restaurant web sites or online ordering apps in an effort to save time.

“We’re excited to add the MenuDrive interface to our V-R series of terminals and give restaurant owners the tools they need to deliver the best experience possible to their customers.”

In April, the branded online and mobile ordering platform for restaurants MenuDrive was purchased by Lavu.

MenuDrive will direct orders placed by customers through a restaurant’s online ordering interface to the Casio V-R7000 and V-R200 terminals at the restaurant.

MenuDrive routed online orders are flashed to staff with specific colours to indicate whether it has been processed or not, as well as whether it is pre-paid or yet to be paid.

Details about the customer name, items ordered, and the time the order was received will be displayed on a separate order screen.