Appetize is excited to partner with Jam Productions and has officially went live at three of their venues: The Vic, Riviera Theatre, and Park West. Jam Productions, Ltd. is one of the largest independent producers of live entertainment in the United States. All three of the theatres are utilizing Appetize’s traditional point of sale, in-seat ordering, mobile ordering, inventory and time keeping module.
We’re excited to be the official POS provider for the L.A. Memorial Coliseum, home of the L.A. Rams!
Read more about the partnership from our friends at L.A. Biz here!
Legends selected Appetize “after analyzing and testing almost every other solution in the market” and determining that the solution will “help achieve our goals of enhancing the in-venue fan experience and improving our operational effectiveness in respect to inventory management, transaction times, and data analytics,” said Legends CIO Michael Morris in a statement.
Appetize’s platform aims to decrease transaction times through a faster, easier-to-use front-end interface and offers back-end inventory, reporting and menu management. The company now works with more than 400 venues, including Madison Square Garden, the new U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis, and Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.
We’re excited to announce that Ole Miss has selected and installed Appetize as it’s exclusive Point of Sale solution venue-wide at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium! The stadium hosts their football team as well as several other prestigious events throughout the year, seating up to 60,000 fans.
Appetize and Centerplate originally partnered with Ole Miss in 2015 to install our concessions POS solution throughout The Pavilion, home of the Ole Miss basketball team. The university is taking advantage of some of Appetize’s most innovative components including Apple Pay, Bluetooth payments and its powerful back-of-house inventory system. The flexibility and mobility of our solution allowed Centerplate to relocate the POS system from the arena to the baseball stadium and accept credit card/mobile payments in locations where they could only accept cash before.
The success of the system over this past year was a key component in the expansion of 180 POS terminals being installed at Vaught-Hemmingway Stadium as football season cranks up this Fall. Go Rebels!
Check out the article below from our friends at Hospitality Technology!
Appetize, a Point of Sale (POS) platform that redefines the ordering and payment process through its POS, handheld, kiosk, and inventory products for operators, as well as its mobile ordering platform, was selected by Legends, a solution provider in sports and entertainment, as its preferred payment technology. The deal will see Appetize’s POS, mobile ordering and inventory platform rolled out to some of the most iconic venues in the world.
Under the Legends contract, Appetize will be installing the system at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, home of the L.A. Rams, in addition to the brand new Golden 1 Center in Sacramento and The Ford Center at The Star in Frisco. The agreement will also ensure a more integrated and streamlined process leading the way for additional Appetize rollouts at Legends’ North American properties.
Appetize’s software decreases transactions times by offering a faster, easier-to-use front-end interface, while providing a rich feature-set housed in its backend inventory, reporting and menu management suite Appetize Connect.
Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Upgrades their Point of Sale Solution with Appetize
Read more from our friends at L.A. Biz here!
The Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, the temporary home of the L.A. Rams will be outfitted with a new point of sale system from Appetize. Appetize will also immediately bring its POS, mobile ordering and inventory platform to the brand new Golden 1 Center for the Sacramento Kings and The Ford Center at The Star, home of the Dallas Cowboys’ new headquarters in Frisco, Texas.