Troy-based Nextep Systems said last week it has expanded a long-standing relationship with Buffalo, N.Y.-based Delaware North Cos., one of the world’s leading airport food and retail providers, with Nextep ordering kiosks systems for Back Yard Burgers, Fuddruckers, Popeye’s, and Schlotzsky’s in airports across the United States.
In the Memphis airport, Nextep provided a full complement of technology for Back Yard Burgers including self order kiosks, Dynamic Digital Menu Displays order status monitors and integration to a Micros 9700 point-of-sale system.
All the components are managed with Nexteps enterprise software suite, MyNextep, giving Back Yard Burgers access to manage and monitor menus, orders, and status remotely and securely from a single touchpoint.
Popeye’s, also in the Memphis airport, integrated Nextep DDMDs with a Micros 9700 POS, including a nutritional information module, to comply with new federal mandates for nutritional information to be posted on all menu boards. Popeye’s at DTW uses Nextep DDMDs and will soon be adding self order kiosks.
Schlotzsky’s in the Denver airport has integrated Nextep self order kiosks, DDMDs, and order status monitors with MICROS 9700 POS, and powered by MyNextep software.
Fuddrucker’s in Detroit will soon be reaping the benefits of Nextep self order kiosks, DDMDs, and order status monitors powered by MyNextep.
Nextep has now partnered with Delaware North for airport projects in Austin, Richmond, Ft. Lauderdale, Memphis, Oklahoma City, Denver, and Detroit.