Fiserv launches Clover Station Solo, a single merchant-facing device
By Pavithra R
Fiserv, a leading global provider of financial services technology solutions, has announced the launch of Clover Station Solo, a solution designed to help full-service restaurants run front and back of house operations through a single merchant-facing device.
The solution is the latest addition to the wide range of point-of-sale (POS) devices available through Clover from Fiserv and helps restaurants to simplify business operations and accept payments in ways that fit the new and different post-pandemic environment.
“In 2020, many restaurants had to close permanently and those that stayed afloat and succeeded into this year are still feeling the impact, especially due to rising labor costs and supply chain disruptions. Having technology to support restaurants and merchants to enable them to work more efficiently and without stress as they continue to juggle take-out and delivery, is exactly what these industries need,” said Raymond Pucci, Director of Merchant Services at Mercator Advisory Group.
As restaurants across the United States increasingly welcome guests, they need a single solution that helps them streamline front of house tasks, manage payments, and address common pain points, such as taking in-person and online orders, scheduling employees, managing inventory, and tracking sales and expenses. With Clover Station Solo, full-service restaurants have access to an all-in-one solution designed specifically for restaurants that need a large display to efficiently manage their front-of-house operations and track sales and manage employees shifts, all from one device.
The solution offers access to Clover software, including innovative restaurant features such as integrated online ordering and customer engagement applications, and to a third-party app market with popular apps that work with Clover to help restaurant owners manage all aspects of their business. Clover Station Solo can act as either a primary or secondary point-of-sale system, working in sync with an additional device such as the dual-screen Clover Station Duo at the front of the house, or with the handheld Clover Flex for orders and payments at the table or curbside.
“Clover Station Solo helps fill the need for a single system that restaurants can rely on to help manage their staff, run their business, and support the growing number of consumers ready to dine in their establishments, while still supporting take-out and delivery. It is just one way in which we are working with restaurants to help make their businesses more efficient, effective, and easier to run, enabling them to continue to adapt to a market that has shifted significantly over the past 18 months,” said Jeff Dickerson, Head of Clover at Fiserv.
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