First generation cloud POS solutions have failed to deliver a truly integrated omni-channel experience to QSR and Fast Casual operators.
Instead of simplifying channel, menu, and technology chaos, the last wave of POS “solutions” added more load and complexity onto an already fragile tech stack. More APIs and systems led to more inefficient business processes and risks. It’s time to evolve past the complexities created by first-gen cloud providers into the new era of the digital savvy-guest. Today you need a virtual and hyper-connected restaurant ecosystem to meet guest expectations consistently, whether on- or off-premises.
It’s time to evolve past the complexities created by first-gen cloud providers into the new era of the digital savvy-guest. Today you need a virtual and hyper-connected restaurant ecosystem to meet guest expectations consistently, whether on- or off-premises.
The current state of Enterprise POS led brands to:
- Create multiple menus across channels, harming brand integrity and the guest experience
- Have limited flexibility and choice for hardware, credit card processing, and pricing models
- Implement manual workarounds for delivery channels
- Forfeit in-store stability for cloud accessibility
- Over-rely on WiFi and expensive network investments
The Qu Difference
Qu is transforming restaurant POS beyond its current fragmented state by delivering native technology solutions for all in-store and digital order channels. Powered by common APIs and a single core data engine, Qu frees enterprise operators to choose between best-in-class offerings, enabling the first unified food experience that works at the critical intersections of ordering, production and brand.
Our industry-first architecture for dynamic menu items and dynamic stores finally addresses the menu management mayhem faced by fast casual and quick service restaurant chains. And our data-driven guest experiences help operators unlock new revenue opportunities that drive healthier bottom lines.
Based in Bethesda, MD, Qu is backed by leading restaurant entrepreneurs as well as Silicon Valley investors that have also backed Google, Salesforce, Uber, and Dropbox.