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Agilysys Kiosk Reaches Wider Market

Agilysys Kiosk Reaches Wider Market

Hospitality software and solutions provider Agilysys has placed its innovative self-service kiosk rGuest Buy in more than 25 locations across the United States, including corporate cafeterias at a top-five bank, a top-40 law firm, one of the nation’s largest technology manufacturers and a national financial services firm.

The platform is part of Agilysys’ continuing market penetration in food and beverage venues that sell pre-packaged and bar-coded food items.

“We built rGuest Buy from the ground up to meet the unique needs of the hospitality industry,” said Larry Steinberg, chief technology officer and senior vice president of development at the Georgia-based company.

rGuest Buy is a cloud-based system designed to deliver an enterprise-wide next-generation software-as-a-service-based POS solution. Features include an intuitive customer-facing order-and-pay experience, enabling clients to choose and scan or weigh menu items, process payments via credit card, gift card or payroll deduction and print receipts using a simple interface.

Its architecture also enables rich-data integrations with applications delivered from Agilysys and its partners and customers.

Additionally, new product releases and features are delivered automatically to all rGuest Buy devices on property.

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