Digital Menu Building

Digital Menu Building

Digital menu building solutions enable restaurants to enter or upload menu items and create menus without the need for a graphic or web designer. These solutions often include drag-and-drop functionality, templated menu styles, and the ability to customize menus with the user’s log and brand guidelines. They may also enable the restaurant operator to build a database of menu items to avoid having to re-enter items when building future menu versions.

Why It Matters to your customers

Restaurants, challenged with rising labor and food costs, are continually looking for ways across their organizations to save time and money so they can operate more profitably. A digital menu building solution can save time by enabling restaurants to upload items from a database rather than constantly rekeying data. They can also save the time and costs associated with using a third-party designer.

With more consumers turning to the web to browse restaurant menus, it’s vital for restaurants to have the agility to update digital menus—and to make sure they are identical to menus in-house. Digital menu building solutions enable restaurants to sync the release of a new menu across all channels.

Why Digital Menu Building is an Opportunity

Partnering with a digital menu building software vendor that offers its solution as-a-Service can mean recurring revenue for your business. It can also provide added value to the solutions and services you already provide your restaurant clients. Consider offering digital menu building with digital signage content management, managed print, and printer supplies and consumables management  for a total, cross-channel menu solution. You can also consider integrating a digital menu building solution with your client’s other business applications for added efficiency.

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