Waiters are challenge to carry a lot of stuff. Cash, credit card receipts, order pads, specials, POS swipe cards are typically stuffed into a ill-suited check presenter. Not only doesn't this make a…Continue
"Tom we feel your pain. A good part of that expense is attributed to servers bringing countless check presenters home and leaving them there. We make a product called the Waiter Wallet. Not only does it help organize waiters and make a more…"
I like your concept of the Waiter Wallet! As a server, it's hard to stay organized, especially during a crazy, Saturday-night dinner rush. There have been a few times where credit card slips (with unentered tips) have been tossed…"
"No matter what attire you choose there has been one important component to the uniform standard that has been historically overlooked... what the waiter uses to take a guests order. Usually, servers are left to their own devices to come up with…"
"Absolutely! As a server if I am not organized, I work much slower. When you don't have a system to organize all your swipe cards, money, checks etc... you run the risk of losing money or cc receipts, forgetting orders, not ringing the orders in…"
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Waiters are challenge to carry a lot of stuff. Cash, credit card receipts, order pads, specials, POS swipe cards are typically stuffed into a ill-suited check presenter. Not only doesn't this make a bad impression to the guest, but does't this lack of organization ultimately effect the quality of service?See More
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