Epson Selected For Groupon Breadcrumb System

2012-10-29 09:21:45

Published on 2012-10-29 09:21:45

Epson's receipt printers have been chosen to be used for Groupon's Breadcrumb point-of-sale (POS) system.

The hardware runs on iPads for restaurants, bars and cafes, with Seth Harris from Breadcrumb explaining that the ink cartridge specialist's technology was chosen because of its "workhorse reliability" and reputation as the industry's preferred brand.

Greg Brunnick, director of marketing, Epson business systems division, also commented on the deal, saying: "Since Epson holds such a large market share in food service, we’re a natural fit. We’re looking forward to working with Groupon to enhance their offerings in local businesses."

Mr Brunnick noted that he is pleased Groupon will include Epson printers with the Breadcrumb system.

Recently, the printer manufacturer released its TM-L90 liner-free thermal receipt printer in the Middle East.

It can deliver adhesive-backed receipts for labelling food and drink orders, offering compatibility with 40 and 80mm paper widths, while its automatic top margin reduction feature allows it to save paper.

Posted by Canzil Ahmed.

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