Need to Know
- To reduce human contact and help struggling restaurants during the coronavirus outbreak, Presto is giving away self-serve kiosks and waiving all start-up costs.
- The To-Go kiosks allow guests to browse the menu, place orders, and make payments with no human contact. The kiosks support payment in the form of chip & signature, chip & PIN, PIN-debit, contactless payments and mobile pay like Apple Pay.
- The kiosks will be available for free for the duration of the coronavirus restrictions and restaurants will not be bound to any contracts.
Restaurant kiosk provider, Presto hopes its free To-Go Kiosk offer will ease the financial strain and keep customers safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
“At this time of national emergency, we would like to offer our Presto Kiosk product to you absolutely free. This product is designed to help you take To-Go orders while offering customers complete peace of mind by minimizing human contact,” the company said in a release.
The kiosks are a standalone device that allows guests to browse, order, and pay without any human contact, something governments have said is critical to minimizing the spread of the virus.
In addition to free terminals, the company will also be waiving all start-up fees and be providing the services without any contractual obligations. Presto is able to have restaurants up and running in a matter of days.
With positive COVID-19 numbers growing daily, many companies are stepping up to offer their services to help the heavily affected restaurant industry. FutureProof Retail is donating its mobile checkout technology to grocery stores, pharmacies, and supermarkets who need it while Yelp has announced a $25 million relief plan to support local businesses in need by waiving advertising fees.
Restaurants interested in taking advantage of Presto’s offer are asked to email: email@example.com.