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Food Online Ordering Systems Certifies Epson Smart Printers For Restaurant Online Ordering System

Epson America, Inc. has announced that Food Online Ordering Systems, a provider of online ordering solutions for restaurants, has selected Epson’s Omnilink® TM-T88V-i and OmniLink TM-T20II-i intelligent printers for their ePOS™ Print and Server Direct Print technologies to better facilitate the restaurant online ordering process and improve sales. The solution is available from Food Online Ordering Systems today.
According to Hospitality Technology’s 2014 Restaurant Technology Study, nearly one in four restaurants offer online ordering and their next horizon will be to take online ordering to a mobile platform via apps and websites.  
Epson’s TM-i intelligent printer series’ ability to communicate directly with remote devices without the need for a server or PC, was a key factor in the selection. Restaurant customers will be able to place an online order with any computer, iOS-, Android mobile, or Windows device.  This way, everyone in the restaurant can make the most out of their time serving customers rather than attending to phones, computers emails and faxes. They simply fill the order when it prints.
“Food Online Ordering Systems has increased our food orders by more than 10%,” said Linda Johnston of Abo’s Pizza in Longmont, Colorado.  “We are doing about $4,000 per month in online sales now.  On our counter we have an old cash register and our Epson printer.  It’s like magic, we added a button to our website and the online order just prints out!”
With built-in processing power and unique ePOS technology, Epson’s OmniLink solutions supports web-based printing from any mobile device with no print drivers, plug-ins, PCs or costly application changes.  They also enable mobile devices to communicate directly with peripherals connected to the OmniLink TM-T88V-i, such as a bump bar, kitchen display or up to 20 slave kitchen printers.  
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