Food and Beverage
If you own a restaurant, concession, brewery, bakery, or butcher shop, DataPoint will simplify your signage, allowing for easy updates to products, prices, and more. Use CounterPoint to create queue management systems to better serve your customers.
Real-Time Data Digital Displays
Use PowerPoint to create digital displays in your restaurants, cafeterias, bakeries, breweries, deli counters and more.
Connect your displays to DataPoint to easily update menu items.
Integrate CounterPoint for an interactive digital queue display.
Multiscreen Menu Displays
Share your entire menu using multiscreen digital menu boards.
Display special menu items, combos, and seasonal promotions.
Mange waiting queues by connecting a Bluetooth button to your live PowerPoint Presentations to show which customers are being served.
You can display your company name and logo, opening hours, adverts, promotions, announcements etc. People take a number when they come in, and will be entertained by a nice presentation or infotainment system.
Bars and Pubs
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Read more in our articles and case studies about how our customers use PresentationPoint products in their food and beverage businesses.
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