Boxy POS Changing Restaurant Point of Sale

Stephen L Kanaval |

Boxy POS is a free software application that allows restaurants to manage point of sale, table control, staff hours, and analytics. The company was started by Noam Copel and Avner Friedman. Copel represents the teach side of this duo, while Friedman is the former restaurateur. The company intends to disrupt the POS marketplace, which is in need of revision.

Currently, point-of-sale providers charge exorbitant prices for services that Boxy POS is now offering for free.

Boxy POS is trying to integrate available technology into the restaurant business. An owner can send promotions through social media through the Boxy POS platform, make calculated phone orders, or monitor employee shift schedules. The Boxy dashboard will allow a manager to drill down on employee personnel costs and time efficiency. In addition, the data it gather is all backed up in a cloud. Boxy POS could be a time-saver for the restaurant business and upgrade others into the interconnected times we live in.

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