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Food and Beverages | Tuesday, August 11, 2020
GoTab is the perfect remedy for hospitality operators to make guest transactions effortless, convenient, and contact-free.
FREMONT, CA: The contactless ordering and payment platform for hospitality, GoTab is bringing more ease, speed, and control to restaurants and dining venues with the release of its contactless ordering and payment attributes for servers developed to complement its current contactless ordering and payment technology for guests.
The features are GoTab's innovation meant to cement the gap between contactless dining and full-service hospitality. It can be used both on iOS or Android devices, offering a mobile POS for front-of-house employees to take orders or add to the digital tabs started by customers who scan the QR code. A card payment terminal is also available as an alternate way for customers to check out, giving them the provision to pay at the table instead of settling their tabs directly on their mobile devices.
Providing contactless ordering and payment since 2016, GoTab is supporting restaurant, bar, brewery, and hotel operators revamp their hospitality service model, especially when they adapt to the changing regulations due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Early adopters of this platform have been able to optimize their servers' work and interactions with customers to ensure an enhanced guest experience. GoTab also creates an efficient and hospitable environment for guests while freeing up staff from low-impact tasks and allowing them to allocate more time to maintain safety guidelines.
GoTab enables the consumers to demand a safe and enjoyable dining experience to scan a QR code directly from their mobile device, browse a menu, and order and pay without downloading an application. GoTab is presently the only self-service platform with native features for opening a digital tab, calculating tips among friends, sharing and splitting the tab, and keeping the tab open until settlement.
The GoTab system is a stand-alone service, requiring minimal setup and a nominal per-transaction percentage for operators, delivering high-touch hospitality without the high-end price tag. It needs no additional hardware, software, or support costs and works for takeout and delivery service, giving ease and convenience as in-venue dining.