iPad menu app for restaurants to be released next week

iPadMenu replaces the traditional menu with an iPad

An iPad app that acts as a menu for restaurants will be launched at a food and hospitality trade expo next week in Sydney.

Enhanced Business Solutions' iPadmenu takes the place of a traditional printed menu and lets customers flick through a list of meals and read dietary information before they order.

Restaurants, bistros or cafes that purchase the app can customise the menu, and it will also have the option of back-of-house order printing and sales data recording. The app can also provide additional restaurant information for upcoming events, along with a review section that lets eateries survey customers. A business selects how many menus it wants and will pay $20 per month for each of them, with the software preinstalled on the iPads by Enhanced Business Solutions. There is also a $250 initial setup fee.

The app will be launched Restaurant 2010, a food and hospitality trade expo taking place in Sydney on 25 and 26 October.

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