Sept 21, 2021, 6:00am PDT
The all-new versatile Presto Flex system is voice-enabled and designed to be the only guest-facing device a restaurant will ever need.
Presto, the leading provider of enterprise-grade touch, vision and voice restaurant technologies, today announced the launch of its next-generation platform, Presto Flex. The highly versatile, multi-purpose tablet, custom designed for the hospitality industry, can be deployed for a variety of restaurant dine-in and drive-thru applications including pay-at-table, staff handheld, kiosk, and drive-thru line buster. The new platform also integrates Presto’s contactless QR Code ordering and payment solution to offer restaurants complete front-of-house flexibility.
“The pandemic has introduced a lot of uncertainty for restaurant operators and the ongoing labor shortage is only making things worse,” said Rajat Suri, founder and CEO of Presto. “Presto Flex provides operators with an all-in-one solution to help scale operations and improve guest-to-staff ratio, while adding flexibility to deal with market uncertainties.”
Presto Flex is unique in the industry and includes many important features including:
“Point solutions are not the answer. With Presto Flex, we have integrated all the front-of-house technologies that an operator needs to drive efficiency, manage the labor shortage and grow,” added Mr. Suri. “It’s the most advanced system in the marketplace and will become a critical pillar of Presto’s comprehensive set of vision, voice, and touch solutions.”
Presto overlays next-gen digital solutions onto the physical world. Our enterprise-grade touch, vision, and voice technologies help hospitality businesses thrive while delighting guests. With over 100 million guests using Presto each month and 300,000 systems shipped, we are one of the largest technology providers in the industry.
Founded at M.I.T. in 2008, Presto is headquartered in Silicon Valley, Calif. with customers including top 20 hospitality chains such as Applebee’s, Aramark, Chili’s Grill & Bar, Denny’s, and Outback Steakhouse.