NFS presents alohaEPOS and Kitchen cut together at this year’s restaurant show
Next week will see the launch of The Restaurant Show 2019 and NFS will be joining together to showcase their pioneering technology, F+B Engine and Aloha EPOS.
Taking place 30 September – 2nd October 2019 at Olympia London, The Restaurant Show has become the ultimate destination for the hospitality industry to connect, celebrate and discover new products, services and suppliers.
Visitors to the show will be able to see Kitchen CUT’s ground-breaking platform, F+B Engine, in action. Members of the Kitchen CUT team will be available every day to give demonstrations, and visitors are also encouraged to use one of the tablets available and see for themselves just how intuitive it the system is.
F+B Engine has been designed specifically for the global hospitality sector, sitting at the heart of all hospitality enterprises, tracking and managing the ‘engine room’. Accessible anywhere, from any device, the system is there to support, engage, educate and transform the way teams operate every day.
The system is feature-rich and operates across all critical areas including purchase to pay, menu costing, inventory management, allergen tracking, nutritional analysis, waste analysis and online ordering. More recently the F+B Gateway has also been released, connecting operations directly to their vendors and offering instant connectivity and frictionless trading.
The Restaurant Show is also a great opportunity for Kitchen CUT to work with one of their partners NFS. Speaking about the collaboration, Luis De Souza, CEO of NFS Technology Group said,
‘We’re excited to be attending this year’s Restaurant Show and to have Kitchen CUT joining us on our stand, GH11. Allergens are a hot topic in the industry at the moment, and visitors to the stand can find out how allergy worries can become a thing of the past. Aloha by NFS is supported by Kitchen CUT technology and this enables chefs to track allergens to individual ingredient level as menus and dishes are created.
We no longer speak about Aloha as ‘point of sale’. Instead, it’s the core foundation of restaurant technology, a world-class platform-of-sale, integrating with the different software providers who can connect guests easily to your restaurant.
We’re really looking forward to the Restaurant Show, and hope we’ll see you there: we’re ready to show how you can REALLY build the restaurant of the future.”
The Kitchen CUT team will be on hand to answer any questions and demonstrate the system’s extraordinary capabilities on Stand GH11. To book an appointment with one of the team, please email email@example.com, call +44 (0) 330 113 0050 or visit www.kitchencut.com to find out more and sign up for a free trial. in order get a head start on improving profits, kitchen cut has 5 top tips, created by michelin starred chef, john wood, available here.