Written by Pamela Yeoh from “Malaysian Foodie” (http://bit.ly/OrcaBOSMalaysianFoodie)
Being to work in restaurant, you will learn loads of hassle to make sure food are served correctly to customer and also customer satisfaction overall. And with this; getting the right pos system is just so important to get the business up and running. And during a trip to the CAFE Malaysia 2018 Event, I was attracted to the Orca’s booth and I get to learn a lot about the apps itself. Orca Apps is developed by a local company – , Dr Koh Wee Lit, the owner of local company Habitat Blue Sdn Bhd. And here, you get to learn about the pos system and how they are integrated to your business accordingly with your budget.
Orca is a Business Operating System (BOS) that helps F&B outlets run their operations more efficiently. And Orca brings you with the affordably priced POS Systems where they are being used by many outlets in Malaysia and other countries. One of their clients like Marco Creative Cuisine, Johnny Rockets and many more. Using the iOS system, Orca comes with a wide choices of modules from ordering, to kitchen and also the inventory checks.
About Orca BOS
Orca apps comes with modules that you can choose to purchase according to your needs and budgets. As the modules can be integrated when needed, so you can purchase module by modules or choose which you need. And by using iPads; you no longer need a bulky set of PCs and it is simply convenient to use as well. Each of the tablet-based Point of Sale (POS) station have very intuitive graphical user interface, making it very easy to use. And to me , I find it very interesting and convenient to use.
As for the charges, Orca makes it even more affordable where they comes up with the Monthly subscriptions start from RM275 for 3 app systems per month. You can choose which to go for where they have order tracking, menu , generating bills, stock management and more to name a few.
Orca Lite is more simple compare to Orca Bos where they are using the affordable Android Based AIO POS solution that targets for small F&B. And this is good for those who had just opened a small café, or even food trucks. With Low Budget, you can opt for this where you can keep track on your daily sales records. And as for Orca Lite they are ONLY at RM 80 per month.
February 15th, 2018 by Pamela Yeoh
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