NEXTEP SYSTEMS and LevelUp Announce Point-of-Sale Integration
Troy, MI — NEXTEP SYSTEMS, the premier provider of Self Order POS solutions, has partnered with LevelUp, the largest mobile payment platform in the US. The partnership will make the ordering experience even faster and more seamless for guests when they pay with their LevelUp app at NEXTEP Self Order Kiosks, Touchscreen Drive Thrus, and counter point-of-sale.
“Speed and convenience are at the core of both our product suite and the LevelUp platform. Our new partnership with LevelUp adds even more value to our revenue generating point-of-sale by giving our clients access to a top-notch user engagement tool,” says NEXTEP President Tommy Woycik.
“NEXTEP’s Self Order POS creates fast and personalized experiences for every restaurant guest. The LevelUp / NEXTEP integration makes each transaction just a few seconds faster. With self order kiosks and mobile ordering on the rise, seamlessness is sure to be a critical point of differentiation,” says Seann Moriarty, head of partnerships at LevelUp.
The NEXTEP / LevelUp integration will go live nationwide this month.
About NEXTEP SYSTEMS
From Self Order Kiosks and Touchscreen Drive Thrus to mobile ordering and traditional POS terminals, the NEXTEP SYSTEMS solution empowers guests to check out faster, resulting in bigger check totals and higher sales volume. With 3 self order patents granted and 4 more pending, NEXTEP SYSTEMS offers the industry’s first and only 360° integrated foodservice technology platform to more than 1,500 managed foodservice, QSR, and fast casual customers.
LevelUp aims to build the next-generation mobile payment network, connecting consumers and merchants with a seamless payments experience that blends payments, analytics and rewards. LevelUp is bringing this technology to market in three distinct ways; via the LevelUp app which lets consumers order ahead and skip the line at their favorite lunch spots, embedded into partner restaurant apps to provide a full-stack customer engagement solution, and via an open developer platform that powers over 200 mobile apps.