Bleep SS-821 Self-Service EPOS Kiosk

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Bleep UK PLC has recently launched the cutting-edge SS-821 Self-Service EPOS kiosk, designed to cater for the emerging demand of self-service point of sale technology.

The purpose-built kiosk comes complete with a built-in touch-screen, intuitive software and high-speed thermal receipt printer – and can even have an Ingenico card payment device integrated to create a truly all-in-one solution. All of this is built into a secure, steel casing which can be branded with any individual company logos and corporate colours. Find out how it works by watching our product spotlight video:

Aimed at a variety of industries, including quick service restaurants, casual dining, fast-food, football clubs, stadia, theatres and anywhere else with a demand for user-friendly self-ordering, the Bleep SS-821 aims to increase transaction speed, restrict queues and improve ordering accuracy, whilst also increasing spend per head, maximising revenues and ultimately, reduce staffing costs.

Unique features have been developed for each sector – proving the versatility of the device – including the ability to pre-order for half-time or intervals for football clubs and theatres.

John Wellman, Group CEO of Bleep UK PLC commented, “We are in business to offer innovative, integrated point of sale solutions for our clients in hospitality, retail and events industries. We believe that our new self-service kiosk achieves just that and is a ground-breaking development – in terms of performance, functionality and price – for industries such as, fast-food, quick service restaurants, football clubs, arenas, theatres and many more.”

“The SS-821 kiosk, developed by Bleep UK PLC, has been designed for fast paced environments with responsive touchscreen capabilities and an intuitive user interface, where customers can quickly and easily browse the menu, select items and finalise their order with integrated card payments. Feedback from the trial sites, from operators and customers alike, has been excellent, with benefits such as spend per head increases and a reduction in queues felt almost immediately.”