Columbia, Md. Micros Systems announced that Eat'n Park Hospitality Group, Pittsburgh, has selected the Micros Workstation 5 (WS5) hardware platform for all Eat'n Park restaurant locations.
The deployment, which includes four to five terminals at each restaurant running the already installed Micros RES point-of-sale (POS) software, was completed in mid-March at 75 restaurants and provides Eat'n Park with a strategic universal platform.
To support its ever growing technology needs, Eat'n Park selected the Micros WS5, a rugged POS hardware terminal that is easy to install and maintain, intuitive to use, and extremely reliable, according to the supplier.
"We selected the Micros WS5 for its increased security and reliability afforded by its design, which has no hard drive and includes an OEM embedded operating system,” said Rich Liebscher, VP information technology, Eat’n Park. “The simplicity of component replacement and initialization is critical to keep our operations moving smoothly and the team members uninterrupted.”
Liebscher noted the company has a solid strategy to implement new restaurant technology to improve its operations and elevate guest service.
“The move to an integrated POS hardware and software solution is an important component to that strategy,” he added.