AppOS Systems launches 360° restaurant management system

By Emma Eversham

- Last updated on GMT

The AppOS system is designed to manage many aspects of a restaurant, from menu planning to ordering and bill processing
The AppOS system is designed to manage many aspects of a restaurant, from menu planning to ordering and bill processing
AppOS Systems has launched a new app which aims to make front and back of house communication and stock management easier within restaurants.

Product details: 

AppOS Systems has created a 360° restaurant management system that can be managed through iOS devices and enables a restaurant to create and print menus, manage stock, manage bookings and walk-ins, manage orders, create bills, process payments and provide sales reports and analysis from an iPhone or iPad.  Created by M.I.T graduate and technology entrepreneur Fabrice Paget, the system is designed to be an alternative to what he calls 'rigid, unreliable and complex systems' and provides an 'opportunity to free up restaurant owners, chefs and floor staff to spend more time in front of clients rather than screens'.

USP: 

"AppOS is the best possible app for managing front and back of house communications, reports and stock. With a user-friendly interface and wireless connectivity, running a restaurant is sure to be a lot easier. It can all be managed from the palm of your hand; all it takes is 15 minutes to set up," said founder Fabrice Paget. 

Price: 

£44.99 per month and free upgrades when needed. 

Availability:

The product is being launched at The Restaurant Show​ and will be at stand B121. 

Why you should buy it: 

Founder Fabrice Paget said: "With AppOS, there is finally an alternative to expensive, unreliable and complex systems. We’ve developed everything from the ground up, with the simple idea of making lives of front of house, kitchen and management easier. They will be less prone to arguments about who ordered what or how many bottles of House Red should be in stock."

Jimmy Tardis, of Goode & Wright in Notting Hill, who has been trialling the system in his restaurant, added: "It is really easy to use and we find there are less problems in the kitchen because orders go straight onto a ticket. Having one system instead of three like before has streamlined everything. It is easy for management and staff to operate from iPads or iPods and has lessened the number of mistakes we make." 

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