‘Buyer’s Guide for Choosing a Restaurant POS System’ Now Available to Help Restaurant Owners Replace their POS System

For Immediate Release

Jason Cowan
Spark Solutions Group
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‘Buyer’s Guide for Choosing a Restaurant POS System’
Now Available to Help Restaurant Owners Replace their POS System

Salt Lake City, UT – August 16, 2017 – The point of sale technology market has changed more in the last four years than in the previous 40. To help navigate these changes, Spark Solutions Group has released a free buyer’s guide for selecting a restaurant POS system. This guide will assist restaurant owners as they determine if the time has come to either upgrade their current POS system or choose a modern system, and which modern POS system is right for their business.

Even if a restaurant owner isn’t ready for an upgraded or new system, it’s important for them to know which modern systems restaurants are implementing so they can keep up with the competition from new establishments. For example, mobility and customer self-ordering are common among large corporations like Starbucks and Panera Bread – a valuable piece of knowledge for an independent restaurant operator.

Jason Cowan, president of Spark Solutions Group and author of the guide, says, “As restaurant owners shop for a new POS system, they should seek current and proven technology backed by the type of vendor support that keeps their business going.” Cowan also says, “We designed this guide to give answers to pressing questions we hear from restaurant owners about this topic every day.”

This guide discusses the four driving factors behind the ideal choice for a new POS system:

·  System features
·  Support and on-site help
·  Deployment options
·  Pricing models

You can download the buyer’s guide from this page.

About Spark Solutions Group: With over 40 years of POS experience, Spark Solutions Group is dedicated to food service technology, opening over 1,000 restaurants with MobileBytes and Oracle Micros POS systems as well as credit card processing services. Spark services Salt Lake City, UT; Boise, ID; and Spokane, WA. For more information, visit their website.


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