ASI has been a proven, trusted leader in the hospitality software industry for more than 25 years. Their flagship solution, Restaurant Manager, is a feature-rich POS system that can be tailored for use in any kind of dining or food service environment, including fine dining and table service restaurants, quick service, takeout and delivery, as well as bars and nightclubs.
As part of this robust Point of Sale solution, Restaurant Manager users have access to a variety of applications that were designed to streamline the day-to-day activities of hospitality establishments while addressing the challenges these professionals face every day. These include mobile and cloud-based tools for remote management, fully integrated online ordering, customer loyalty programs and more.
We really like ASI's Write-On Handheld POS, which offers wireless tableside ordering and payment processing on an iPod touch. Instead of having to write down and then re-key an order at a POS station, servers can enter orders and take payments right at the table, reducing order inaccuracies, improving server efficiency and ultimately increasing customer satisfaction.
Restaurant Manager integrates with a number of peripheral devices, from printers and scanners to scales, cash drawers, kitchen display units and more. It also interfaces directly with other enterprise systems, including accounting software, credit card processing services and front desk applications, to name a few.
Restaurant Manager is sold through a network of restaurant profitability specialists who help craft solutions to fit the way their clients do business and offer training on how to maximize the return on a POS investment, as well as 24/7 support. We recommend the software to food service businesses with 10 or less locations
I got two stations a year ago. I don't know much about computers, but bought my dads restaurant and know this would be better than hand written orders. I bought them from people in Raleigh, NC. They did their job and helped me when I knew nothing, but it didn't they come with a manual.
I got them to run reports, inventory, etc. I need to know if I need to buy something else or if it's already in my pos. A year later, I'm still learning. Any help to questions will be a big help. I need to know if I need to buy more to access the main stuff in the pos or just download something.