Institutions and Cafeteria

Institutions and cafeterias offer the food service professional many unique challenges, which Digital Dining can help solve. Digital Dining’s payment options are very flexible, offering the standard credit and cash options along with many other payment options, such as FreedomPay, Debitek, on-account charges with credit limits, and payroll deductions.Speed up lane-style cashiering with barcodes on packaged food items and bar-coded checks for quick access and payment. Handle large groups with tray counts, subtotals for individual trays, and single final payment. Back-to-Back Cashier service can help you manage higher traffic volume through a single lane.

Tray Count

Digital Dining allows you to provide on-screen tray subtotals to individuals in a large group before the final group check is printed. If needed, you can even print the final check subtotaled by person.

Bar-Coded Checks

By including barcodes on checks, Digital Dining enables customers to choose from many food outlets and still be cashiered through a high volume lane style cashier system.

Merge Checks

Merge individual’s check from a tour group or other groups into a single check for final payment by group organizer user any of the flexible payment options available. Bar-coded checks further speed this process up.

Back-to-Back Cashier

Digital Dining enables you to increase the transaction processing capacity of lane-style operations by using back-to-back cashiers during peak volume periods.

Barcode for Packaged

You can use both handheld scanners and in-counter scanners interchangeably to rapidly scan bar-coded products alongside non-coded items without interruption.

Flexible Pay Options

To accommodate your customers needs, Digital Dining supports many convenient pay options, such as FreedomPay, Debitek, on-account charges, private-labeled charge cards, and payroll deductions.

Scale Interface

Salads and other items sold by weight are no problem with Digital Dining’s scale interface. Our system prompts cashiers to place weight-priced menu items on the scale if they have not done so. Digital Dining has received the NTEP Certificate of Conformance (number 10-077), issued by the National Conference on Weights and Measures.

Customer Facing Displays

Digital Dining is enabled to run on POS registers with programmable displays that can run any HTML presentation (dynamic or static) to promote sales while simultaneously displaying detailed check and subtotal information to customers.

Customer Pole Displays

Two-line pole displays provide customers with subtotal and tax information along with amount tendered and change amounts.


Digital Dining’s integrated inventory system supports multiple locations and items for stock take, requisitions, and profit center cost analysis. The system also supports handheld devices for stock take and batch recipes.