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07/11/2022

Goji Systems Partners with Punchh

This integration will allow for a seamless ordering experience with integrated customer loyalty, offers and rewards.
Anna Wolfe
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Goji Systems, a self-ordering kiosk technology company, announced an expanded partnership with ParTech, Inc.’s (PAR) loyalty, offers and engagement solution Punchh, to offer loyalty integration within its self-ordering kiosks.

Integrations with other systems are driving POS purchase decisions for 86% of restaurants, according to HT's 2022 POS Software Trends Report

Goji Systems was initially integrated with PAR's Brink POS® software in 2019, enabling PAR's customers to leverage the benefits of enterprise self-order kiosks. With their most recent integration with Punchh, restaurant brands can better serve their customers by providing a faster, easier, and more convenient way to use their loyalty rewards while placing orders through self-ordering kiosks. With the growing need for increasing guest convenience, bridging labor gaps, and improving the bottom line, integrating with Goji Systems is a significant benefit for Punchh customers looking to implement kiosks to enhance their digital experience.

"We are thrilled to expand our partnership with the PAR suite of products and are particularly proud of our most recent integration with Punchh," said Joseph S. Hwang, CEO, Goji Systems. "Goji Systems' mission is to be the most trusted name in the industry and to provide cutting-edge products backed by an industry-leading service team, that improve the restaurant's ability to provide their guests with the best possible experience. Integrated loyalty brings our customer experience vision into even clearer focus."

Goji Systems is Punchh certified and fully integrated with the Punchh suite of loyalty and engagement solutions, enabling Punchh customers to leverage the benefits of enterprise self-order kiosks. Goji Systems delivers a faster, more effortless, and unique in-store self-ordering experience for customers and frees up labor resources to be reallocated toward offering better customer experiences.