Today, fast food restaurant designs utilize engaging POS technology for an easy, quicker customer experience. Do you need an architect for these minor renovations?
Restaurant Modernization and Upgrades to Technology
From fast casual to fast-food mega brands, restaurant designs are using technology to change the customer experience… many times that technology needs architectural design.
In Nashville, Tennessee, customer satisfaction in the restaurant industry is moving toward “Do-It-Yourself” technologies.
Self-service kiosks and at-table-tablets are showing up in restaurant upgrades across the nation. Many familiar names such as Panera, McDonald’s, and Applebee’s are using this innovative technology to satisfy customers in an original, faster way. The added benefit of customers no longer needing assistance to purchase dessert, or an after meal coffee, adds to the ‘impulse buy’ on a whim.
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McDonald’s Restaurant Upgrades by CMArchitects PLLC
Fast Food Design at POS to Address ADA Accessibility
CMArchitects offers expertise in design services for technology and restaurant upgrades inside and outside of restaurants. We also coordinate engineering services for your stores design; including electrical, mechanical, and structural documentation.
The idea is not to eliminate employees or jobs; rather, this technology allows for a “self checkout lane” option for fast food. If a customer chooses not to use kiosks, the customer interactions become personal and less rushed. Ordering from a McDonald’s kiosk has assisted in creating a new position in the restaurant, as well. They now offer table service when a customer chooses the kiosk experience.
We are licensed in 13 states and work with owners and franchisees to modernize the customer experience by incorporating new technologies during restaurant upgrades for small renovations and major construction projects.
McDonald’s POS Kiosk by CMArchitects PLLC
See some of CMArchitects restaurant upgrades with McDonald’s and the “Experience of the Future”, including Nashville’s Green Hills location, as published by CNBC and locally on Fox17.