VIE Technology Pvt. Ltd. made it possible for hotel guests to order directly from a screen from their rooms rather than depending on a fellow human being or waiter to note their order grumpily or erroneously that too after giving a call at the reception and waiting for the waiter to come up to the specified floor and take the order. This has been possible with the introduction of much effective Digital Menu Boards by our company into the market especially the hotel industry.
At this epitome of the computer age, reservations are made by SMS, so even in hotels; guests should use touch-screens to order everything from food to hiring a car from their room itself. With the touch of a finger, the entire menu of the hotel can scroll in the Digital Menu Boards. To have an in-depth look of a particular item, one can also read its description. After that, to place an order touch the "Order now" tab and the request will be sent to the kitchen where a team of chefs will start cooking the ordered meal for you.
The touch-screens are efficient, easy-to-use and less time consuming as the order can be placed at a single touch. Besides cutting costs for Hotels, VIE, one of the foremost suppliers of Digital Menu Boards says, that the bytes-for-bites approach has a novelty value that can lure younger generation or customers in this developing world. It can also boost revenues as order from a single touch makes user comfortable enough to access the full hotel menu and with all the brief descriptions of the services and items mentioned it becomes easy for the customer to order. The Guest will have a feeling of getting a robot gadget to access the full control of the hotel in their hand.
Touch-screen ordering is a sign of the times; write Kerry Coleman and Rebecca Harris. The Seattle-based giant's website predicts the system will "transform the way people shop, dine, entertain and live". So, when it comes to Hotel Menu – trust VIE to come up with new ways of innovating the Hotel Menu game. It is not exactly molecular reconstruction or even robot waitresses, but in fact nobody takes your order at all.