At NRF 2018: Retail’s Big Show in New York City, Oracle Hospitality unveiled today the Oracle MICROS Compact Workstation 310 and 310R with one goal in mind:
Help you increase sales and serve more people in the same space.
For operators in hospitality, sports and entertainment, and retail – with a limited menu offering and serving a high volume of customers in short durations – the Compact Workstation 310 is a “game changer.”
Smarter and more robust, the Workstation 310’s transformative power lies in its name – Compact.
Envision your current layout: You may have 6 or 7 (or even more) point-of-sale devices side by side. Your staff works tirelessly to process hundreds of orders within a short time span, keeping lines moving and ensuring customers are served and satisfied in quick fashion. But as good as your staff may be, your enterprise’s success is constrained by space – or the lack of it. However, what if you could double the number of point-of-sale systems in that same space? Imagine a bank of 12 or 14 POS and consider the possibilities: How much faster could you serve customers? How much shorter would lines be?
The answers lead to better service and greater revenue and reveal the benefits of deploying the Compact Workstation 310 – a POS truly built and designed with hospitality in mind.
Although the Compact Workstation 310 may be smaller, rest assured that it has been engineered to the same exacting standards of performance and reliability that define all Oracle Hospitality hardware. The device offers a long lifecycle (vs. 12 months for consumer grade tablets) and lower meantime before failure, resulting in far fewer failures and refresh cycles. The 310R is designed for rugged dependability – delivering durability well beyond just a tablet with a protective sleeve. All these benefits come included in the 310’s affordable price.
Our customers told us they wanted to increase volume without sacrificing quality. The Compact Workstation 310 and 310R help make that goal a reality.
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