Digital Menu Board - Instant Update on the Go

Corn Digital has recently launched a new feature that allows instant Menu Editing allowing owners to remotely control for instant updating in one or more locations using the Internet, even over a phone device with internet services.

Most of you probably already know that there are many advantages for digital menu boards over traditional ones. Other then the ability to communicate with customers in a more effective and animated way at a lower graphics cost, marketing research also proves it helps to increase sales, reduce perceived wait time, improve brand awareness, and enhance customer experiences...etc.

Better yet, menu boards have not only evolved from static images to dynamic graphics displayed on display that offers day -part scheduling and fully editable, but technology has also developed for it to support instant updates from anywhere at anytime.
Corn Digital has recently launched a new feature that allows instant Menu Editing allowing owners to remotely control for instant updating in one or more locations using the Internet, even over a phone device with internet services. Users may simply login, select menus to be updated, make the changes and done!

Such new feature allows restaurant owners to update menu items or prices easily and quickly over the internet anywhere based on changes caused by competition or cost and supply. Moreover, promotional items can also be changed within clicks based on conditions such as weather, inventory, holiday, and current events. Digital Menu Board can really make our hectic lives much easier.

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Yale Real Living™ Assure Lock™ with Bluetooth

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