Many senior living providers model their dining venues to look and feel like a real restaurant. But there is one crucial area where providers would do well to differ from their consumer-facing counterparts: point-of-sale systems.
That’s because unlike restaurants, senior living providers serve more or less the same diners each day, whose diets, desires and even payment methods give them a different consumer profile than restaurant guests.
This necessitates that operators build a specific method for serving their dining residents. A point-of-sale system built for senior living is that solution.