Next Gen Dine Now Offers an Integrated Customer Loyalty Program

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Next Gen Dine by Prelag Partners LLC is now offering a loyalty program to customers where they can accumulate points per purchase.

Tablet Restaurant Point of Sale

Tablet Restaurant Point of Sale

designed to make the experience of ordering more rewarding

Next Gen Dine by Prelag Partners LLC released a new customer loyalty program within its software, which is designed to make the experience of ordering more rewarding. The customer loyalty program is integrated with Menu Drive, where customers can make orders online or through mobile devices.

Upon completing an order, customers are prompted to enter a phone number. The database immediately checks for an existing account, or prompts customers to create a new account. For each order made online or through a mobile device, customers will receive points assigned per dollar value.

Next Gen Dine is a completely wireless mobile and online pos software. Completed orders are immediately sent to the appropriate station so the order is ready when the customer arrives for pick-up. Points accumulated from customer accounts can be redeemed for items off the menu.

Next Gen Dine is the future of restaurant dining. For more information, please contact Paul Roberts by phone at 1-877-342-2218 or email at paul(at)nextgendine(dot)com.

Next Gen Dine is a tablet-based, mobile point of sale software designed for the iPad. Restaurant owners can now capitalize on the benefits of a full-featured POS system for a fraction of the cost of a traditional POS. Due to the mobility offered by the software, employees can take orders directly at the table, take credit card payments at the customer’s side, and drastically improve restaurant operating efficiency. Orders are sent directly to the appropriate prep. station immediately, therefore decreasing order turnaround time. Next Gen Dine also offers restaurant owners customer loyalty, gift card, social media, and fine-grained marketing tools.
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