The Eatsa Restaurant Ordering System Automates Food Purchases

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jan 8, 2016
References: eatsa & retail-innovation
Consumers are always on the hunt for the most streamlined experience when it comes to retail and restaurants, so the new Eatsa restaurant ordering system is designed to be the most efficient model yet.

Eatsa -- a new restaurant in San Francisco -- decided to do away with waiters and waitresses taking orders in favor of iPads. Once the order is placed, customers are called up when their order is ready where they remove it from a numbered box.

Explaining the reasoning behind the move to not incorporate wait staff in the restaurant, co-founder details that, "There is a fast food business model that we need to hit and we’re looking at ways that technology can increase efficiency. That way we can get the price down."