HME Wireless Restaurant Paging System Featured on Reality TV Series "Bar Rescue"

Server paging system helps solve service and efficiency problems at struggling bar.

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As more bars and nightclubs ramp up their food service offerings, onsite paging systems and two way radios offer a cost-effective tool for improving communication, operations and profitability.

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 24, 2014

Restaurant paging systems continue to gain in popularity throughout the hospitality industry, including bars and nightclubs. Recently, an HME Wireless restaurant paging system was featured on Bar Rescue, a popular reality TV series on Spike TV in which industry consultant and expert Jon Taffer helps struggling bar owners revamp their failing operations. In the episode “Taxed Out in Texas,” he installs an HME Wireless restaurant paging system as part of the bar’s extensive food service makeover. The server paging system is a key component in helping the back of house staff execute at a much higher level.

“Increasingly, bars and nightclubs are looking to expand the food service side of the business as a way to attract new customers and enhance revenues,” says Russ Ford, VP at HME Wireless. “Restaurant paging systems enable them to provide faster, more efficient service and deliver a better dining experience to their guests.”

With a wide range of features and capabilities — including guest paging, server paging, and table management applications — restaurant paging systems enable kitchen and floor staff to communicate more effectively and improve the quality of the guests’ experience. For example, with the HME Wireless ServerCall system used on Bar Rescue, kitchen staff can instantly page food servers to pick up their orders while the food is still hot and fresh. This also allows servers to stay out of the kitchen and on the floor selling and taking better care of their guests. Other convenient features include “auto recall” which automatically pages up to three times to ensure a prompt response, and an all-page button that can alert staff about kitchen updates such as a change in soup of the day or that an item has been removed from the menu for the night.

“In the restaurant industry, customer service can make or break a business,” adds Ford. “As more bars and nightclubs ramp up their food service offerings, onsite paging systems and two way radios offer a cost-effective tool for improving communication, operations and profitability.”

For more information on ServerCall or other HME Wireless restaurant paging systems, visit http://www.hmewireless.com or call 866-611-4202.

About HME Wireless
An industry leader, HME Wireless offers a complete line of reliable onsite messaging solutions to improve efficiency and customer service for businesses worldwide. Restaurants, hospitals, church nurseries, and retail businesses are just a few that have been using our systems to increase sales, productivity, and customer satisfaction. HME Wireless is a subsidiary of HM Electronics, Inc.


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