Cinema POS and Kiosk Ticketing Solutions
Still recovering from the pandemic, movie theaters and the entertainment industry as a whole, are facing rising labor costs and staff shortages. At the same time, moviegoers are looking for quick and easy access to tickets and concessions. As a result, theaters are looking for solutions that reduce operational costs while creating a better guest experience.
Box Office & Concession Stand POS
Sleek & Durable Design
Because every theater is different, Partner Tech offers a large selection of peripherals that allows the solution to be customized. As an example, large customer-facing displays make seat selection much easier and reduce the risk for mistakes when customers place concession orders.
Audrey touch screen POS combined with the printer RP-700 and the PM-156 monitor as a very popular POS setup for cinemas.
Restaurant-grade Touch Screen POS
Crowds are finally returning to the cinema after pandemic. As a result, theaters are looking to hire, but filling open positions is not easy and labor costs are are on the rise.
The Importance of Speed
Theaters need to keep people moving through ticketing and concessions lines, so people can make it to their seats before the show begins. With staff shortages sometimes being an issue, long lines to purchase refreshments is a challenge. If the wait is too long, guests may decide to skip it — and since the majority of a cinema’s profits comes from concessions, theaters can’t afford missing out on the sale.
Kiosks Quickly Add Extra Capacity
Partner Tech offers several kiosks solutions that can streamline both ticketing and concession purchases, including Alfred AD-215, Alfred AD-156, Baldwin and K27II. As a result, moviegoers can skip the lines at the box office and instead use the kiosk to purchase tickets or pick up of will call tickets. The kiosks can also be used for ordering and paying for refreshment from the concession stand, allowing staff to focus on the fulfillment of the order.
Mobile POS & Line Busting
With a larger audience returning to the cinema, theaters are looking to reduce lines and keep people moving through the lobby. During peak hours, mobile computers and tablets can be used for line busting and mobile ticket sales at the door. Tablets can also be used for in-seat concession orders inside the theater.
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