Extension of KFC and QSR Automations partnership creates new kitchen efficiencies to answer in-restaurant and off-premise dining growth. LONDON — (08 October 2019) — KFC UK & Ireland …
Simplify the host stand, increase guest traffic, and streamline restaurant operations with DineTime®, our guest management platform. DineTime helps you oversee wait lists, organize servers, add online reservations, drive guest traffic and take charge of your front of house—all without the grease pencils.
We are the world leader in kitchen automation technology. Use ConnectSmart® Kitchen to enhance your back of house through kitchen video and bin management; use our Enterprise portal to view data anywhere you are. With our array of solutions, you can manage your entire kitchen operation.
Stop overworking. With QSR, you can do more with less. Our solutions will help you manage your restaurant(s) efficiently and successfully, so you can continue to be a local favorite.Learn More
You work within tight parameters. Find a solution that works with you. We integrate with your current systems while creating a smarter, more efficient operation.Learn More
Manage data and operations across all of your restaurants, and stay up to date on technological advancements. Additions in efficiency add up quickly. Set them in motion.Learn More
At QSR, we take the dining experience to the next level. Since 1996, we have created restaurant management software to make your operation more efficient, connect you to more diners, and create positive experiences for your guests and employees.Learn More
We keep great company, and are supported by the best partners in the sectors of technology, resellers, and point of sale solutions.
We’ve been creating smart restaurant solutions for more than two decades.
Partnerships with prominent point of sale vendors in the restaurant industry.
Customers in the top 25 casual dining chains in the United States.
Guests seated each day through DineTime, our restaurant waitlist & reservation system.
Global installs of QSR's solutions.
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