PAR Technology Corporation announced today that Tom + Chee, a grilled cheese and tomato soup shop for the kid at heart, has selected PAR Brink POS and PAR EverServ hardware. PAR Brink POS solutions are currently deployed in 9 Tom + Chee locations, with a full roll-out of all 19 stores was completed by February 1, 2015, and plans to open another 31 stores by the end of the year. From a tiny food tent on a public square in Cincinnati, to a rapidly expanding franchise empire, the owners of Tom + Chee were looking for a point-of-sale solution built to grow with their business.
“The most elegant part of PAR Brink POS is that the solution is highly integrated and not a single system that has a number of sub systems slammed together,” says Dave Krikorian, president of Tom + Chee. “The cloud-based software architecture is designed for easy deployment and the real-time nature of the user experience – from administration to online ordering – makes it easier to run our business. It’s just smart.”
“PAR Brink POS with PAR EverServ hardware creates a complete solution that is a perfect fit for Tom + Chee,” says Karen Sammon, president, ParTech. “They were looking for a technology designed to grow with them, and we look forward to a long partnership together driving innovation.”
The selection of the PAR solution was based on many factors including:

·      Fully Integrated Solution – Tom + Chee is using Brink POS cloud-based software with online/mobile ordering, built-in loyalty module, and the Brink POS kitchen video system running on PAR EverServ terminals.

·      True Real-Time Enterprise Reporting – Brink POS cloud-based software provides access to up-to-date, consolidated data, to quickly analyze sales, labor, kitchen performance and more. Enterprise reporting makes it easy to manage and generate reports for one or multiple locations.

·      Cloud-Based Solution with modern architecture – No back office server is required; data is safe, secure and accessible in the cloud without a long -erm contract. Offline mode protects against service interruption to keep your businesses running smoothly. Automatic data synch occurs when service is restored.

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