Why customers love Pay@Table
Whether you run a quiet local café or a busy restaurant, having innovative payment systems in place is integral. Customers expect to be able to split, tip and pay from their table – and being able to offer these services means your customers are more likely to come back for more. Thankfully, meeting these expectations is easier than you think (and it doesn’t cost the earth).
Take payments up a notch with Tyro
Tyro’s EFTPOS has been designed to keep up with the ever-evolving restaurant industry, helping your staff to focus on people, not payments. From splitting bills to simplifying reconciliation, it will improve the experience for your customers and staff alike. Here are just some of the benefits that could work for you:
Tap at the table
Serve customers where they sit with Pay@Table. This flexible payment feature means customers don’t have to wait to process payments, and staff don’t have to wait to print bills. It allows you to keep your front of house flowing and remove clunky queues – all the while supporting a more mobile, fluid way of operating.
Simple bill splitting
In our increasingly cashless society, customers frequently demand the option to split bills. If you can’t facilitate this, you run the risk of them leaving with a delicious meal in their bellies but a bad taste in their mouth. That’s why Tyro EFTPOS lets customer pay however they want. Whether it’s a table of 2 or 20, customers can split bills effortlessly (and unevenly) and they won’t even need to stand at the front till – they can all tap straight from the table.
Tipping is a big part of the restaurant business. However, with more people choosing to pay with EFTPOS, it can be uncomfortable asking them how much they’d like to tip. Thankfully, Tyro has you sorted. Its in-built and discreet tipping feature means your customers can tip comfortably and you and your staff can have more in your pocket at the end of the day.
No locked tills
Our EFTPOS keeps payments flowing by allowing you to process multiple transactions simultaneously. Every restaurant wants to avoid staff standing in a line waiting to reconcile tables – and this feature does exactly that.