Whilton Mill updates EPOS
Whilton Mill Karting & Outdoor Activities centre has updated its EPOS
The popular destination has recently constructed a brand new 1200m international standard outdoor kart circuit, along with a £1m-plus investment in a new clubhouse and 80-seater bistro. This led to management reviewing the existing EPOS systems.
Daniel Whittemore, Whilton Mill’s sales & marketing director, said: “The main priorities for upgrading the EPOS system was to improve the customer experience and streamline processes, such as integrating tasks into our timing and diary management system.”
Previously, when customers arrived, they would sign paper indemnities and at race weekends catering was bought by cash from a van. The main priorities for upgrading the EPOS system was to improve the customer experience and streamline processes, such as integrating tasks into its timing and diary management system.
After a thorough appraisal of the company’s on-going needs following the completion of its new clubhouse and bistro, Aures helped Whilton Mill to install 10 Yuno EPOS terminals, split between reception areas and the restaurant.
Whittemore added: “The YUNO terminals have helped us raise the bar in terms of professionalism and make a noticeable good first impression on customers as they arrive.”