Arryved, the industry’s most trusted point of sale system, announced that their system now integrates with Fresh KDS. Fresh KDS is a paperless order management and guest communication system suited for food and beverage businesses of all sizes. In addition to organizing kitchen operations, it allows businesses to seamlessly communicate with guests via SMS texting.
Arryved, the industry’s most trusted point of sale system, announced today their system now integrates with Fresh KDS
Fresh is committed to optimizing kitchen efficiency and the guest experience, pioneering the first cloud-based kitchen display system (KDS). Fresh is the premier innovator in the kitchen display space, focused entirely on driving speed of service, order accuracy, and guest experience. While operators navigate the shift to digital ordering and delivery, Fresh continues to bring previously unavailable enterprise features to independent operators.
Fresh offers an intuitive mobile app that beautifully displays orders on a tablet (Android or iOS) in the food production area. Touchscreen ticket management lets KDS users split tickets between kitchen stations, color code tickets based on time elapsed, and even use custom hold times to fire orders at specific times. By improving efficiency and streamlining communication, Fresh KDS ultimately reduces mistakes which results in a better dining experience for guests.
“From an old school restaurant perspective, which is the way we used to operate, tickets would come in, and the chef or expeditor is standing there shouting out the order. We’re just too high volume for that. It was getting to the point where it was slowing us down and it was a detriment to the guest experience,” said Jeff Skiba, Director of Hospitality at Captain Lawrence Brewing Company, about the chaos in their kitchen prior to using Arryved‘s Fresh KDS integration. Now, each cook only sees the dishes they need to make at their particular station, and they don’t have to rely on hearing a call from the expeditor. “It’s helped us be faster in the kitchen.”