Are you prepared for the Bank Holiday boom?

It’s time to make sure that your EPoS system is up to the test of increased Jubilee weekend footfall.

As confirmed in Parliament, pubs, clubs and bars have been granted extended opening hours from the normal 11pm to 1am on Thursday 2nd, Friday 3rd and Saturday 4th June. In celebration of HM The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, the extension applies not only to alcohol sales, but also to the provision of regulated entertainment and late-night refreshment, but only where there is also the sale of alcohol for consumption on the premises.

Be prepared for the Bank Holiday Jubilee weekend

Extended Licences Now Granted For Pubs, Clubs And Bars

“The extension will allow revellers to mark the Jubilee and celebrate the longest-reigning monarch in the United Kingdom.” – Home Office Minister, Kit Malthouse

Set to be one of the biggest trading opportunities this summer, following all the restrictions of the past few years, customers want to enjoy the activities and entertainment they’ve missed out on.

ByTable Jubilee Bank Holiday Boom

Garden parties, street parties and busy beer gardens are certainly expected for the long weekend. As hospitality businesses gear up for significantly higher footfall over the Bank Holiday, we’ve pulled together our top two products to help you cope with the increase in demand and easily increase revenue with simple solutions.

Let Customers Self-Order From Your Bespoke App

ByTable provides your customers the option to access your menu and place orders from their own devices, without having to leave their tables. Accessible via either a QR code or downloadable app from both the Google Play and Apple App stores, it gives you a streamlined way to service busy seating areas.

Particularly great for large outdoor seating, ByTable is fully customisable, giving you the freedom to adjust your menus in real-time, track your best-sellers and even manage stock levels.

With ByTable in place, you’ll see order values skyrocket, you’ll be turning over more tables and you’ll be saving your staff unnecessary trips back and forth to the till, giving them plenty of time to offer incredible customer service.

Learn more about how ByTable can support you, here.

PocketTouch Jubilee Bank Holiday Boom

Speed Up Service With A Digital Waiter Pad

Alongside offering customers the chance to place their own orders, our paperless hand-held ordering software, PocketTouch, allows your staff to efficiently take orders at the table, too.

Empowering your employees with a mobile at-table ordering solution means you’ll see less mistakes and your order processing will be smoother than ever. PocketTouch delivers orders direct to the kitchen and till at just the click of a button, saving your waiting staff valuable time.

Customers will love the improved experience and you’ll be turning over more tables as a result of the improved efficiency. The hand-held solution can be customised to suit your business, and integrates seamlessly with your TouchPoint tills, TouchKitchen digital displays and TouchOffice Web back office software, giving you complete control.

Learn more about how you can speed up service with PocketTouch, here.



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