LOS ANGELES, CA, MAY 23, 2017
Appetize, a leading cloud-based enterprise point of sale (POS) solution, has rolled out its innovative payment platform to over ten new campuses in 2017, including the University of Southern California, the University of North Carolina, and Ole Miss University. Now operating at dozens of colleges and universities across the country, Appetize’s kiosks, handheld ordering tablets, POS systems and other concessions technologies are the fastest-growing apps and devices of their kind.
Appetize represents two of the fastest growing subsets of technology: point of sale and mobile payments — a market projected to grow by 400% over the next four years. The Appetize college POS platform differentiates by offering a faster, easier-to-use front-end, and a sophisticated back-end suite of reporting, inventory, and timekeeping tools — all while maintaining the highest level of payment security and encryption.
Designed with tech-savvy shoppers in mind, Appetize also works with on-campus currency, card, mobile and dining credit payment options. This provides students the ultimate ease in cashless payments for their everyday academic and on-campus dining purchases.
“Appetize is bringing a level of innovation to higher education that has never been seen before. Our technology is transforming how campuses cater to their students in a cashless world of tech-based payments,” said Max Roper, Chief Executive Officer at Appetize. “Appetize’s unique ordering systems like Kiosks and tablets make purchasing a more interactive experience for the student customer, and increases revenue for the campus-based businesses.”
Appetize’s POS technologies have been innovating on-campus commerce for more than five years. The company’s unique technology can be tailored to each university’s specific needs, covering all types of purchases and transactions, as well as managing inventory, tracking stock and reordering supplies. Giving clients full control over their inventory and ordering at scale, Appetize is the perfect solution for on-campus commerce in higher education.