Zomato has announced Zomato Base, its cloud-based point of sale product for restaurants. The Beer Cafe, India's largest and most awarded beer chain, is the first to adopt the point of sale product, at all of its 35 outlets across 10 cities in India. Zomato Base was piloted at The Beer Cafe outlet in Gurgaon, earlier this year and has been tweaked over time to cater to the unique needs of each of the chain's 35 outlets across Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Mumbai, Pune, Chandigarh, Amritsar, and Ludhiana.
Zomato Base is Android-based POS system that offers restaurants a host of features including menu, recipe and inventory management, a built-in payment solution that accepts debit and credit card payments, CRM, and real time analytics.
Rahul Singh, Founder and CEO, The Beer Cafe, said,“By seamlessly integrating operational solutions such as menu management and remote inventory management into a single system, Zomato Base will make our day-to-day functioning incredibly efficient. This platform is built to provide real time outlet-level analytics which would allow us to plan our supply chain better and provide benefits to our guests through effective promotion and profiling. The best part is, all of this can be done remotely and in real time, which is a huge convenience for a business owner on the move.”
“Rahul is a pioneer for innovation in the restaurant industry, and we are most excited to have The Beer Cafe as the first restaurant to use Zomato Base as their sole POS system. They have been very supportive since the beginning, and have helped us shape Zomato Base into a product that we are very confident of,” said Pankaj Chaddah, Co-Founder, Zomato.
The detailed list of features in Zomato Base includes menu management,inventory management, recipe management, customer relationship management, data analytics, electronic receipts, Offline transaction support, payment gateway integration, and a stealth feature which Zomato claims will change the way restaurants go about their business.
“Zomato Base aims to drive deeper engagement, greater business intelligence, and enable restaurants to offer more personalised experiences to their customers.” added Chaddah.