It’s not just the terminology that’s changing in the restaurant industry.

by Joseph Foster on June 27, 2018 · 0 comments

in Business,Enterprise,Market Segments,Retail,Sales,ScanSource POS & Barcode,SMB,Technology,Vertical Markets


Call them fast-food or quick-service restaurants (QSRs)—it makes no difference. They are one and the same to most people. An easy way to know you are doing business with a QSR is when you can grab a quick burger, sometimes even from the comfort of your car. Chances are you will pass several of them on your daily commute to work.

According to, the QSR industry is predicted to bring in as much as $220 billion from only the United States’ 200,000 QSRs by 2020. These businesses are being driven by customer expectations to improve their customer service in order to avoid losing business to their biggest competitors—including fast-casual eating establishments.

Due to customer demands, many QSRs are looking for solutions to boost efficiency while seamlessly integrating into their current restaurant workflow. If this describes one of your customers, check out Epson’s Kitchen Display System (KDS). Not only does it manage orders, it is also scalable and can be used on up to nine screens, based on each restaurant’s requirements. The KDS can tie into most traditional, existing, point-of-sale systems—all while improving kitchen management. As a bonus, the Epson KDS comes with software that QSRs or POS providers can customize by adding business-specific data. Your customers will be able to use it almost immediately, due to the configuration’s intuitiveness. And, don’t forget Epson offers a KDS controller and printer combined in one device, to save space for ease of operation.

When your customers are looking for quick-service restaurant solutions to help their businesses run more efficiently, we have what they need to help improve their customers’ experiences. Please contact me, Joseph Foster, and I’ll walk you through all of the products ScanSource offers to meet these demands.


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