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Tapit to unveil self-service kioks with mobile ordering app for restaurant chains

Tapit, a  software vendor for the retail and restaurant industries, has launched Selfit, a self-ordering kiosk platform with accompanying online ordering via a mobile app and interface to the restaurant’s website, a press release said.

The company said the solution can be customized and scaled up easily, allowing single restaurants and chains to install the Selfit technology one kiosk at a time or on hundreds of kiosks simultaneously.

"Selfit is like the Wix of restaurant kiosks and app design," Larry Sussman, vice president of sales at Tapit. "Our affordable and easy-to-use kiosk and mobile app solutions give small and medium-size restaurant chains access to the same advanced ordering techniques and capabilities as the mega chains."

The solution supports any type of cashless payments, including credit or debit cards from Visa, Mastercard, Discover or American Express.

The Linux-based software can integrate with any point-of-sale system and works with any self-ordering kiosk hardware.

Selfit provides templates designed for fast food and quick service restaurant industries, making the solution easy to use and deploy.

Tapit officials said the devices can be used to update promotional offers, reduce customer abandonment due to long lines and provide upselling opportunities.

Tapit will demonstrate its self-ordering platform on the 32” Paragon platform from Kiosk Information Systems at the National Restaurant Association Show 2019, May 18–21, at McCormick place in Chicago.