As the competition heats up for NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball, our POS platform is transforming stadiums and arenas, especially during those pivotal, high traffic games, to ensure college fans are spending less time in line and more time in their seats thanks to self-service kiosk solutions, handheld devices for on-the-go transactions, and mobile ordering options.
As the competition heats up, catch Appetize stadium point of sale systems powering transactions at these venues throughout the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Basketball Tournaments:
2019 Men’s Basketball Final Four
U.S. Bank Stadium
April 6-8, 2019
In 2018, U.S. Bank Stadium powered the Big Game. This year, they’re switching gears to host the March Madness Final Four games. To date, Appetize has more than 650 Point of Sale devices installed throughout the stadium ranging from handheld devices for in-seat ordering, POS terminals at concession stands, bars and premium clubs, and mobile ordering integrations. In addition to the front of house technology, operators at U.S. Bank Stadium also utilize the Appetize inventory management and analytics platform, Connect, to receive real-time data and reports.
2019 Women’s Basketball Final Four
Tampa Bay, FL
April 5 & 7
At Amalie Arena, you’ll find the full Appetize product suite powering the NCAA Women’s Basketball Final Four including floor-standing self-serve kiosks for efficient, seamless guest ordering, over 190 POS terminals for quick-serve concession stands, clubs and bar areas, handhelds for hawking throughout the arena, and intuitive kitchen display systems for efficient kitchen and back office management.
2019 Men’s Basketball East Regional
Capital One Arena
March 29 & 31, 2019
At Capital One Arena, you’ll find over 170 POS terminals for quick-serve concession stands, clubs and bar areas, handhelds for hawking throughout the arena, and robust kitchen display systems for efficient back of house management. Our advanced reporting and management tool, Connect, ensure the arena has accurate, real-time data and reports throughout the tournament.
Men’s First and Second Rounds
March 22 & 24, 2019
The Bok Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma utilizes Appetize to streamline guest ordering and improve transaction speed with over 100 POS terminals for concession orders, handheld devices for flexible payments, and kitchen display systems for back of house management.
As college fans are closely monitoring their brackets and watching games, our team and product are hard at work powering the tournament. Interested in getting a demo of our intuitive stadium point of sale product suite that is powering March Madness?
Schedule some time with us here.