Touch or key pad?
Orderman is the only producer of radio ordering systems in the world to offer a range of portable models. The choice of model depends on your needs and your type of establishment.
There is a clear difference between key pad models and units with touch input. It is important that restaurateurs select the right Orderman unit for their specific requirements
Models with touch input
Models with touch input are attractively simple, with easy-to-learn operation. These units are also popular because of an intuitive user interface, which quickly earns the approval of service personnel. This kind of device is ideal for establishments with a complex and wide-ranging menu. The configurable touch screen makes it easy to enter orders. Standard foods or beverages can be entered at a touch. This is not only convenient but also saves considerable time.
Orderman models with touch input:
Models with key pad
Models with key pads are especially well suited for high-volume establishments, which generally have high customer numbers, extremely hectic peak periods and strive for a high table turnover: the very conditions under which key pad units thrive. Meals and drinks are ordered by pressing a button (PLU input) which corresponds to a menu item, or a list of items. With this type of device, servers can hold a tray in one hand and still take orders with the other hand in seconds…and don’t even have to put down the tray. It's even possible to make entries without looking at the display, which means eye contact with the customer can be maintained at all times.
Orderman models with keypad input: