MaturityThe Digital Dining is known as the pioneer of restaurant software, with systems installed since 1984.
FocusDigital Dining is our only product. Unlike many competitors, we are not distracted by hardware. We are singularly committed to developing food service software.
ExperienceDigital Dining has been developed and enhanced for over 25 years. We are experts in food service software and technology and have contributed articles to major publications and have been invited to speak on industry expert panels.
StabilityReal software that really works! Solid, stable software that has been proven in the largest and toughest environments, Digital Dining is unparalleled in quality assurance.
InnovationAdapt or die! Digital Dining was one of the first to introduce a PC-based POS system to the cash register dominated industry. We have continued to innovate with biometrics (fingerprint ID) and are recognized as the leaders in handhelds ... the future of POS.
SupportThe best software is weak without a strong dealer network to provide on-site local support. All POS vendors claim to have good support, but providing a remote technician who has never been to your restaurant is not the answer. Digital Dining dealers are trained and experienced in food service technology. They are intimately familiar with your operation and staff, and they are local to your business.
VersatilityOne product - multiple venues. From a single terminal in a food court to independent restaurants, chains, quick service, delivery, bars and nightclubs, up to 100-terminal racetracks. Digital Dining has a proven track record!
TechnologyFrom technologys infancy days of eight-inch floppies and MPM, Digital Dining has always been an early adopter of technology. Utilizing the most sophisticated methods of quality assurance and automated testing through to complete how to use documentation embedded in the software, we put the friendly in user friendly!
FlexibilityDigital Dining can be configured to provide the must have features for nearly every food service environment, incorporating the suggestions and enhancements of over 35,000 restaurants and operators.
ConfigurabilityDigital Dining is not written in stone, with seemingly limitless configurability to suit the specific needs of the most demanding and particular operators with custom report generators throughout the software.
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the values and history behind the product. A lot of companies design POS systems; several new ones pop up every year and many fail every year. What really makes the difference? What is really important?
Frequent DiningDigital Dining has the most robust integrated customer loyalty program of any POS system on the market, and we include it at no extra cost. Customers can be identified and rewarded in many ways, such as reward coupons, redeemable store credit, or many other targeted rewards. Multistore Frequent Dining allows customers to earn and redeem rewards for multiple locations.
Table Management and ReservationsDigital Dinings integrated Table Management and Reservations module (including Wait List) is unrivaled. To offer similar functionality, our competitors must rely on third-party applications that inherently lack many of the features and reporting capabilities of a fully-integrated application like Digital Dining.
Unequalled SupportWe believe the key to keeping our customers happy is to supplement great software with great support. That is why we distribute Digital Dining exclusively through local value-added resellers who fully support your POS system.
Enhanced POS FeaturesWhile all POS systems offer the basic features, Digital Dining takes the next step with such features as Team Service for banquets and large groups, Tip Sharing for server and bartender tip-outs, Coursing, and reprinting lost prep tickets.
Fingerprint IDDigital Dining was the innovator of biometrics in POS and continues to be the leader. Only fingerprint ID prevents buddy clocking by employees and requires managers to personally approve restricted functions rather than hand off their badge or password to other staff members (as is commonly done with other systems).
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