aireus Announces Online POS Ordering Module

aireus is releasing an online ordering module for its restaurant point-of-sale iPad software.

aireus Announces Online POS Ordering Module
Toronto, Canada, May 13, 2013 --( A restaurant point-of-sale (POS) software company, aireus, previously ISISPOS, has just released its cutting-edge 360° CRM product. As restaurants look for innovative ways to develop their business in a highly competitive market, take-out and delivery services are becoming the fastest growing segment of restaurant sales. In fact, the National Restaurant Association reports that take-out and delivery now account for more than half of all restaurant sales.

aireus’ new product has responded to this trend with the release of its online ordering module. The product is fully integrated into its existing iPad POS mobile product and will give hospitality providers a user-friendly way for their customers to place orders online.

“The product is easy to use and is managed from the cloud,” says Executive Vice-President Paul Perri. “Customers can add photo descriptions of menu items and interface to the CRM customer database, which can be accessed from any computer or mobile device. Our customers will be able to reach out to their clients as more and more diners choose to order take-out and/or delivery.”

Diners can order from the comfort and convenience of their home computer or mobile device. Orders are transmitted seamlessly via cloud computing. aireus’ new module will enable restaurants to boost their existing take-out and delivery sales, increasing profits while reducing costs.

About aireus:
aireus is a revolutionary iPad point-of-sale system that combines Apple innovation with powerful business logic; it offers fully featured and easy to use solutions designed for the restaurant industry. aireus provides an anywhere, anyplace web-based interface that produces clear reports and analytics of single or multi-store operations, saving companies time and giving them absolute control over their business operations.
Paul Perri