ORDYX is a cloud-based point-of-sale solution designed for small, midsize and large bars and restaurants. Primary features include online ordering, loyalty programs, inventory tracking, time and attendance and delivery management.

Other features include remote printers, SMS alerts, automatic upgrades and remote authorizations. It allows managers to remotely make authorizations, including voids and comps. It offers integration with various property management systems, loyalty systems, beverage control systems, credit card processors and others. These include QuickBooks, HotSchedules, OpenTable, ADP, MailChimp, Authorize.net and Google Maps.

ORDYX is offered in a subscription pricing option. It is compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. It also supports iPhone and iPad. Customer support is offered over the phone and via live demos.

 

Main Login
Main Login
Main Login
Menu and Inventory
Menu and Inventory
Backoffice Dashboard
Backoffice Dashboard
Google Maps Integration
Google Maps Integration
Ordering
Ordering
Reports
Reports

Supported Operating System(s):

Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 10



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Number of employees:  501-1,000 employees

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January 2018

We have used Ordyx as our Point of Sales system for the past 3 years at our alehouse and grill.

Much improved over previous system, do recall what it was,

Pros

Cloud based with , for the most part, a reasonably good set of canned reports. The front of the house functionality is good.

Cons

Wholesale price increases are difficulty to accomplish. Customer service always points the finger at the internet provider first. They make changes without fully explaining what will and has changed, you're up to your own to figure it out or call them.

Review Source: Capterra

Joe from California Pastrami

Specialty:  Restaurant

Number of employees:  11-50 employees

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Value for money

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December 2017

There are many other options out there so if you need a company that cares about you as a customer then I would not recommend this company. Sad to say they used to but not anymore.

Pros

The mobility of accessing the POS from anywhere. They have been receptive to suggestions in the past. They used to be very good at all levels

Cons

If there is a problem the support is nothing like it used to be they hire inept tech people that sound like you are interrupting the game time and are unwilling to make an effort to help resolve anything. I have been with this company for 3.5 years now paying the monthly fees for 3 locations and in the recent year, the support has gone down to nothing anything like it was before. I think that they maybe grew too fast and lost sight of what keeps customers.