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Romio Chosen by International QSR Brands for ERP Solutions

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, an IT solutions provider for the hospitality and food service industry has entered into an agreement with two brands in India, Krispy Kreme, US-based doughnut chain and Refuel, a cafe serving healthy beverages. According to the agreement, Romio will provide hosted - management system, King.

According to the company officials, QSR King has been designed for the chain of restaurants and it manages daily requirements of billing, queue management, supply chain, and inventory. Its features can be configured to any restaurant requirements with its advanced interface capability.QSR King claims to increase productivity, drive sales and customer satisfaction, and boost profits. QSR can also benefit from mobile solutions which are integrated with their POS system, reduced IT personnel required on location, and enhance the security capability. Other then QSR company also focusses on pubs, food courts and caterers to provide ERP solution.

Romio “Skip the Queue” mobile solution provides essential functionality to restaurants such as allowing them to order the food of the guests from the queue itself which will help them serve the guests on time, reduce the waiting time, and also drive the sales by upselling the dine-in guests.

Recently introduced mobile platform, which is a single engine that seamlessly connects all consumer touch point to deliver a rapidly deployable open solutions across the restaurants. Said , CEO Romio Technologies: “Our aim is to provide customers with the best offerings in hospitality and retail industry. We have brought together the latest technology of mobile, tablet, and POS for our customers on a cloud-based SaaS model that will drive valuable revenue through data-driven web, tablet, and mobile experiences. With our improvisation and urge for delivering the best of systems and services in the industry, we are certain that the coming year will be much more successful.”