Published January 11, 2022
BRISBANE, QLD -- Australian hospitality point of sale (POS) and mobile ordering specialist MyVenue have become Queensland Hotels Association corporate members.
MyVenue’s Australian-built cloud-based technology provides hospitality venues with a fast, easy-to-use next-gen POS application.
MyVenue’s POS technology includes a native mobile ordering app, inventory management, live browser-accessed reporting dashboards, and off-line redundancy protection, making it a truly comprehensive solution.
Brisbane-based MyVenue Business Development Officer, Angus Brooks said:
The MyVenue POS minimises wastage and service errors, and ultimately allows hotel managers to increase staff productivity, reduce operating costs, and improve gross profit.
Mr. Brooks went on to say “Our in-built mobile ordering app helps reduce service queues & wait times, while the live reporting dashboard gives managers an instant overview of how their business is performing.”
Mr. Brooks says 2022 will be an exciting year for MyVenue and our customers: “We’re soon to add more integrations with best-of-breed business tools, giving Hotel Managers greater scope to grow their business with cost-effective technology.”
With an Australian team of deeply experienced POS specialists providing 24/7/365 support, MyVenue is committed to changing the game for Queensland Hotels.
For more information on how MyVenue can help your hotel, please contact Angus Brooks on 0447 129 873 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
MyVenue is a cloud-based POS software built by Australians, for the Australian hospitality sector. Available with EFTPOS integration or as a stand-alone POS, MyVenue can be deployed on a range of Android-based hardware options. All MyVenue customers have access to 24/7/365 help desk support. For more information, please visit www.myvenue.com.
About Queensland Hotels Association
Founded in 1885, the QHA is the peak industry body for the Queensland hotel and hospitality industries. They represent the interests of members by contributing to the development of progressive policies, legislative outcomes, creating marketing and networking opportunities, and provide industry & compliance training. More information can be found at www.qha.org.au.