Noventri Announces QSR-Net - A Solution That Meets Quick Serve Challenges With Ease

Noventri simplifies quick service restaurant menu board challenges even more with QSR-Net, a compilation of Noventri services provide low-cost, worry-free digital menu board content management and maintenance.

Smithsburg, Maryland, February 21,2012 - Noventri brings simplicity to the digital menu board user with a newly announced service, QSR-Net. The service is directed toward Quick Service Restaurants, thus the name, and is a compilation of the Noventri on-site Network Operation Center, the QSR-Net team, 24/7 phone support, network-wide monitoring and software updates.

Franchises and QSRs are well aware of the many challenges of traditional menu boards which result in a lack of overall store compliance and consistency and less then accurate testing results for promotions and new food items. Digital menu boards address these basic challenges but then present new challenges such as: Who will create new menu content and updates and assure that these are distributed to all digital menu boards within a network? Who will manage the technical software updates? How will the scheduling of menus be managed and by whom? Who will monitor and maintain a well-functioning network nationwide or internationally?

Having years of experience working with QSRs, Noventri saw the need to simplify the digital menu board user's experience with updating and maintaining digital content for menus. "Most QSRs don't have a technical or creative or graphics team at their restaurants," says Andrew Hoffman, VP at Noventri. "This makes it difficult for many franchisees to maintain their menu boards. For instance, to just change a simple promotion or item pricing can be intrusive to most restaurant managers. And at the corporate level, this may require establishing a team to manage networked digital menu boards. So corporate may hold back on such an endeavor."

With QSR-Net, the Noventri team handles these day-to-day challenges and simplifies the digital menu board experience so that all menu boards throughout a franchise or chain of QSRs are always up-to-date, present a consistent message throughout the network, and are compliant at each location. This would include, day parting or scheduling for breakfast, lunch or dinner menus, testing new food items in select locations, and exact planning of promotions and 'pushing' promotions on scheduled dates to select locations. QSR-Net allows digital menu boards to virtually run on their own! Content updates and additions are just a phone call away.

Noventri provides live demonstrations and a Q & A session upon request. For information contact Judy L. Hoffman at: or call 301-790-0103.

Noventri - a Division of Specialized Communications Corp. (est. 1980) - Noventri succeeds by simplifying the digital signage and serves such names as Quiznos, ARAMARK, Marriott, and numerous stadiums, arenas, convention centers and hotels worldwide. Noventri headquarters are located at: 20940 Twin Springs Dr., Smithsburg, MD 21783-1510. URL:

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