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Velo Vietnamese Restaurant Select the Star Micronics TUP592 from DED for their Innovative Kiosk

09 May 2012

Armed with the vision to bring delicious Vietnamese food to Central London, the Velo Restaurant in Tooley Street, London has created a unique and modern environment offering a seamless and unique ordering system. Touch screens are at the heart of the process, offering a complete end to end solution which facilitates the entire restaurant process.

The developers of the kiosk contacted Star Micronics for their advice on a printer to integrate into the system and Star passed this project onto DED who rose to the challenge by suggesting the TUP592.

A versatile, open frame kiosk printer, the TUP592 offered a lot of advantages that the Kiosk developers at Velo loved. Nghi Nguyen, founder of Velo commented “We required a printer that was fast, reliable, could hold large paper rolls, had the capability to be integrated with our custom Kiosk software and could print custom designed receipts. The TUP592 ticked all these boxes.”

A feature that has really appealed to those at Velo is the large paper roll holder on the TUP592. Nghi goes on to say that their “entire concept and operation is geared towards serving high volumes of customers within a short period of time – the customer experience and ease of use of the kiosks are essential to this novel concept.” The larger paper rolls hold obvious advantages in this case as they need replacing less frequently.
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