Restaurants Rejoice Over Breadcrumb's iPad POS System
Breadcrumb, a revolutionary new iPad POS company, is poised to transform the restaurant industry. Fed up with the hassle of outdated, cumbersome, and costly traditional POS systems, former nightclub owner, Seth Harris, set out to make the lives of his hospitality colleagues a whole lot easier.
Unlike traditional POS systems, Breadcrumb operates wirelessly from Apple iPads, eliminating the need for restaurants to store in-house servers in their dusty basements or back closets. With Breadcrumb, users can access their venue information from any Internet browser, whenever and wherever: a groundbreaking concept that comforts overwhelmed restaurant managers and staff. Not only does Breadcrumb boast a superior user interface with unique POS features, but Breadcrumb's affordable monthly subscription plan and minimal start-up costs blow traditional POS systems out of the water. Breadcrumb customers pay as little as $99/month for a state-of-the-art POS system with no lock-in contracts, no software fees, and no cancellation fees.
Breadcrumb also offers free and unlimited customer support. The support team is lively, amiable, and extremely knowledgeable, comprised largely of former restaurant workers and foodies. The Breadcrumb team works very closely with their customers, and managers have the opportunity to build personal relationships with the Breadcrumb support staff. Blips will undoubtedly occur when working with technology, and we all know the stress of being put on hold for hours, aware of the tick tock of the clock, anxiety rising as the automated voice tells callers to "please call back later." What a relief it is to know that somebody will be on the other end of the line when you call, and available for site visits, if required. This non-stop customer support is integral to Breadcrumb's philosophy.
Having experience in the restaurant industry, the Breadcrumb team knows all about the frantic hustle and bustle that goes on in the kitchen, behind the eyes of demanding customers, as restaurant staff try and cater to their every want and need: "salmon teriyaki, not too burned on the bottom; dressing on the side and extra tomatoes. Oh and no cucumbers please!" Thanks to Breadcrumb, these demands can be easily tapped into the system keeping staff and customers satisfied and full of smiles. Lets keep those tips rolling in!
Breadcrumb's core team of five employees has recently doubled in size in order to accommodate their rapidly growing and increasingly satisfied customer base. Founder Seth Harris' number one criteria for hiring new employees? They must be passionate about hospitality. Breadcrumb was recently bought by Groupon Inc, an acquisition that will undoubtedly contribute to Breadcrumb's scalability in the near future. But don't worry--despite Breadcrumb's burgeoning popularity, the company plans on maintaining its character as the NYC startup that offers tangible solutions to restaurateurs' POS nightmares.