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E la Carte Deploys Next-Gen Tablet Technology to Applebee’s Nationwide

March 14, 2018 Industry News
Industry News

E la Carte, Inc., creator of the in-restaurant PrestoPrime EMV tabletop system, announced it would deploy its latest-generation PrestoPrime EMV tabletop terminals across Applebee’s restaurants in the U.S. A leader in technology innovation, Applebee’s first began providing the Presto tablets in 2014 and will be continuing to provide them for multiple years, in order to give casual-dining guests more control over their dining experiences, increase operational efficiencies and more accurately track guest feedback. With this latest deployment, Applebee’s will continue to exclusively offer the newest and most innovative guest tablet technology with the PrestoPrime EMV tablet.

PrestoPrime’s unique guest feedback capabilities enable nearly real-time data capture that helps restaurants improve the guest experience and drive operational efficiencies. The new terminal also supports all of the latest EMV and mobile payment technologies, including Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsung Pay, Chip-and-PIN, Chip-and-Signature, PIN-Debit and mobile payments. It has best-in-class payment security with full end-to-end hardware encryption and PTS certified PIN capture.

“Applebee’s has been pioneering new digital experiences for years. With our next generation PrestoPrime tablets, the restaurants will be able to offer guests and operators the latest in tabletop entertainment, security, tablet functionality and data capture,” says Rajat Suri, Founder and CEO of E la Carte. “Restaurant brands will only succeed if they stay ahead of the rapidly evolving expectations of today’s tech-centric consumer, and our PrestoPrime tablets help them do that.”

E la Carte will be demonstrating its new PrestoPrime EMV terminal at the industry-renowned Restaurant Leadership Conference on April 15-18 in Phoenix, AZ.

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