Vancouver, BC — July 18, 2018 — The payment service experts at Ready have developed an in-seat ordering service that Vancouver’s own BC Place is testing as a pilot project.
Vancouver, BC - July 12, 2018 - In a new wave of fewer employable workers, where potential hire-able serving staff are hard to come by, restaurant owners in Vancouver are now simply doing without. Robert Shore of the Vancouver Sun reports that “for every four employees that leave the B.C. workforce, only three workers are coming to take their places, leaving tens of thousands of unfilled jobs."
VANCOUVER, BC – May 22, 2018 – Mahony and Sons, a restaurant group inspired by traditional Irish public houses, is the first in Vancouver to offer a frictionless self-pay experience to its guests. Every guest can now pay in 10 seconds or less, no app download required. With just a quick scan using their mobile phone, guests can view their bill and pay. Google Pay and Apple Pay-enabled phones can check out automatically without the need to add a credit card.
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Are you feeling the heat as a restaurant owner? There are a lot of things to love about being operating a restaurant so how can you spend more time on those things and less on the challenges that give you a constant headache?
VANCOUVER, BC – February 22, 2018 – Ready, a new restaurant technology company, is solving one of the biggest problems facing the restaurant industry today with an innovative self-pay payment solution. Using the latest web pay technology, Ready is the fastest way to pay at restaurants by enabling guests to view their bill on their mobile device and pay in seconds.
When a simple thing goes wrong with your POS, it can set in motion a chain reaction of anger, blame, and dissatisfaction. And that’s just your Front of House team – nevermind your customers.
The truth is, customer complaints are inevitable. Even if you’re the best, most decorated restaurant in town, you’ll inevitably come up against disgruntled patrons. What’s more important than getting all good reviews is the way you and your staff handle the bad ones.