New customization features for Lavu iPad POS expand upon the systemís flexibility, allowing features and tools to be tailored to meet the specific needs of hospitality businesses. New features include the ability to design a custom menu interface and customize checkout screen functionality. These new features join existing functions in Lavu, including in-app color scheme, background, and font selections, as well as a table layout editor.
Lavu has always been open to outside development and integrations. The well-used Lavu API, their open Application Platform Interface, allows users to tailor their point of sale feature set to meet the needs specific to the wide variety of restaurant industry business types.
Developers can expand on the point of sale system, or build their own peripheral components.
Lavu includes a Language Packs feature which lets customers enter any language into the user interface. This feature has been popular due to Lavu's worldwide user base. Lavu iPad POS is currently used in over 80 countries on six continents.
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Menu Icon Generator (MIG) creates color-coded easy-to-read icons for menu items, which are displayed on the iPad. Names, item descriptions, and recipes can be added to menu items, as well as important notes to identify vegan items or to display food allergy warnings. This visual aid minimizes staff confusion and gives the iPad POS a sleek and stylish, uniform look.
MIG icons and customized payment panels allow staff to quickly select the correct items every time, reducing the need for supervisor assistance, and giving a smooth, fast workflow from order initiation to checkout. Lavu iPad POS provides customization options not found in legacy point of sale systems and gives restaurant owners the tools they need to manage their business.
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