StickyPOS® is a patented, linerless direct thermal label specifically designed for the QSR industry to improve order accuracy and speed of service during the order fulfilment process. By tagging the wrapper, cup, box or bag with a StickyPOS® label each product and/or consolidated order can be tracked through the process from food preparation through to delivery. It has been proven to reduces order error rate by over 50+% and is used by major QSR’s globally. StickyPOS® is the only self-cleaning label solution ensuring maximum printer uptime and eliminating residue build up in printers. In addition, StickyPOS®, unlike traditional labels, produce zero waste and do not contain BPA, a chemical commonly used in thermal papers.
Apr 07, 2022
With the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, today’s highly competitive environment has forced QSR’s to invest time and resources in finding ways to improve the speed of service and accuracy of order fulfillment, grow their market share, improve profitability and customer satisfaction.
Mar 02, 2022
Tico’s processes have been streamlined after working with StickyPOS, allowing them to achieve speed and accuracy of orders.
Jan 04, 2022
El Jannah cut order fulfillment errors by 50% in its first drive-thru store.
Managing Director Michael Sfetkidis reveals how StickyPOS® helps QSRs provide quicker, more accurat...
Sep 13, 2021
As time-poor Australians turn to quick service restaurants (QSRs) for fast and convenient casual dining experiences, brands are facing tremendous pressure to increase accuracy and speed for orders placed in-store, via drive-thru or for delivery. This is why StickyPOS® play a crucial role in helping QSRs reduce order error rates by as much as 50+% through its unique, patented labels.
Aug 18, 2021
It is no secret that customers of quick service restaurants (QSRs) expect speed and accuracy regardless of how they place their orders — whether in-store, app pick-up, drive-thru and delivery. A delayed or incorrect order could mean nasty rants on social media and online review. In fact, research has highlighted that an unhappy customer may tell up to 16 people about their unsatisfactory experience, which does not bode well for any QSR brand.