Lolly Snapserve set to revolutionise the staff canteen

It’s Lolly launches Lolly Snapserve

-Vision-based, cashierless checkout utilizes AI to offer seamless design and speedy dealings

It’s Lolly, the digital commerce and EPOS specialist, is proud to debut Lolly Snapserve – its cashierless, fully-automated checkout solution. The vision-based, automated system creates a swift and completely contactless walk-through experience for the client and is really a highly efficient new usage of AI technology in the organization catering sector.

FM teams and corporate caterers are facing increased pressure to supply Covid-safe environments, as restrictions ease and we return in to the workplace particularly. By detatching the touchscreen and human contact elements at the checkout, Lolly Snapserve helps support social distancing, along with other Covid-19 safety protocols.

Ideal for the large corporate cafeteria, canteen, or perhaps a Grab & Go restaurant, Lolly Snapserve was created to eliminate queues and improve efficiency. Time per transaction could be reduced to three seconds just. Workers visiting the catering facility place their tray beneath the vision-based kiosk simply, which uploads an image to the Snapserve system. To cover, they scan the initial QR code on the Lolly app to recognize themselves, to check out. Order confirmation and receipt will undoubtedly be sent through within minutes of these check-out showing a summary of items purchased and an electronic receipt they can review in the App.

Any corporate catering facility will get started with 100% accuracy from day one, without change to business processes, or training. The kiosk is easy to manage, with packaged and standard items requiring an individual photo to be uploaded to the machine just. Fresh daily dishes, or new/special menu items take the time to upload with a cellular phone image just.

Security features are inbuilt to the checkout, providing the FM team or corporate caterer with satisfaction. In case a customer leaves without authorising payment, the kiosk displays a flashes and warning a red light.

Peter Moore, CEO of It’s Lolly: “We have been very excited to be launching Lolly Snapserve to advertise and using AI to boost efficiency for both providers and customers. Corporate caterers and facilities management will have the chance to utilise this advanced technology and provide next level seamless service. Lolly Snapserve is section of Lolly’s integrated product range, developing a fully closed-loop ordering and payment environment thus.

“From the commercial viewpoint, Lolly Snapserve makes real business sense. This isn’t technology for technology’s sake. Snapserve uses computer vision and AI to increase transactions, reduce queuing times (which aids social distancing) and improve hygiene, as touch screens and human contact are taken off the checkout process.

“Snapserve may be the next stage of Lolly’s evolution once we continue to use clients to take technology and the client experience to another level.”


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