Bethesda, MD, June 16, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Gusto, a nationwide leader in restaurant management technology for the fast casual marketplace, announces support for the new Microsoft Surface 3 tablet. Gusto is the only serious restaurant POS product taking full advantage of Windows 8.1 and the Surface tablet. “There are many low-end POS products that run on consumer tablets,” says Bill Draper, Founder and CEO of Gusto. “However,” continues Draper, “serious operators prefer a choice of hardware devices that includes modern tablets as well as more traditional POS hardware and only Gusto for Windows offers this full range of options. Tablets offer an attractive price point and mobility.”
The Surface 3 tablet is ideal when price really matters or when mobility is a factor. And the same software can operate on a variety of hardware options, allowing for unequalled flexibility relative to all modern POS systems.
Based in Bethesda, MD, Gusto aims to deliver fast-casual entrepreneurs the tools they need to operate a single location or a robust franchise. From 5 to 50,000 units, all corporate or a mix of corporate and franchisee owned, Gusto allows one person to configure, manage, and report on their business, from the enterprise level all the way down to a specific store. Manage menu pricing, promotional discounts, employee access levels and much more, as well as, track real-time sales data and reporting metrics from any internet enabled device, anywhere in the world, anytime.
Gusto brings elegant simplicity to the front of house operations while providing a powerful back of house tool-set that yields the organized, actionable data that helps fuel business growth.
Learn more about Gusto at www.gustofb.com.
Bill Draper, CEO