Groupon is rolling out Breadcrumb, its new iPad-based point-of-sale tool for hospitality and restaurant merchants nationwide. The company has been piloting the solution in New York City in recent months. The product rollout follows Groupon's acquisition of Breadcrumb earlier this year.
Breadcrumb offers small restaurants and bars a low-cost solution for accepting credit and debit cards from patrons. It also has features specifically for hospitality merchants, such as time clock management and check-splitting. Plans start at $99 per month and come with free installation and round-the-clock phone and email support.
"As someone who worked in the hospitality industry, I grew tired of paying tens of thousands of dollars for overly complex and unreliable POS systems that were difficult to use” said Seth Harris, general manager of Breadcrumb POS.
"The Breadcrumb team used our knowledge of the restaurant and bar business to develop an exceptional POS system backed by a first-rate support team, all at one of the lowest prices in today’s marketplace," Harris said.
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