Using MobileBytes is a "Breeze"

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | March 27, 2018

We apologize for the pun, but are excited to let you know that the Breeze Inn in Seward, Alaska is one of the newest members of our MobileBytes family!  The Breeze Inn is in the heart of Seward's busy small boat harbor on Resurrection Bay, a perfect place to grab breakfast or a sack lunch before heading out on your adventure in Seward - and a place to relax after your busy day exploring all the area has to offer.

 
The staff enjoys the ability to offer tableside ordering via one of their mobile mini iPads, and the ability to manage the system from anywhere.   Plus they know that adding the EMV CHIP readers for accepting payments creates a more secure environment for them and  their customers.
 
Not to mention, our super hero, Jeff, also helped make the installation a "breeze"!  (Okay, I'll stop now.)
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Snow City Cafe Uses MobileBytes for their POS & Kitchen Display System

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | March 25, 2018

 Anchorage locals have voted Snow City Cafe, as "Best Breakfast" in the Anchorage Press since 2003! And we may be a little biased, we also think they have chosen the "Best Point of Sale" for their restaurant and kitchen operations -MobileBytes!

With all the breakfast and lunch menu options offered, they opted to use the large iPad Pros as their workstations and also for their Kitchen Display screens.  The look is sleek and clean - and as one employee noted - we can see our customers better now!  And we know how important that is to the folks at Snow City, as they care about good food, their community, the environment, and making people happy.  Check them (and MobileBytes) out next time you are downtown!

 
 
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Going Paperless in Spenard (Spenard Roadhouse, that is)

By Lynn Skurla Perkins | January 15, 2015

For most diners, the “front stage” of the restaurant is all that they see. However, the magic that happens behind the scenes is a very complex machine that would astound most of those not in the hospitality business. In the traditional restaurant, an orchestra of cooks, prep cooks, expediters and others work with a system of printers and tickets in creating their ideal meal services. It’s a fast paced world of people and food in motion. Tickets and plates move quickly from the kitchen to the eagerly awaiting customer. Recently, Spenard Roadhouse wanted to take their existing POS to a new level and implement a KDS (Kitchen Display System) to bring increased efficiency and accuracy to their restaurant.

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