If you have ever been in Buffalo Wild Wings to watch a game or fight, you know that it can be a challenge to get the attention of the server when things are in full swing. In the past, Buffalo Wild Wings tested out allowing people to order food using an iPad. The company is moving to a new tablet based system for ordering and playing games.
The new tablet platform is called Beond and it lets users order food without having to flag down the server. Beond tablets allow more than just food ordering while you are in the restaurant.
Using the Beond tablets patrons to the eatery will be able to request songs, television programming, and play games. Available games fall into multi-player and arcade style offerings. The tablets can also be used to pay for your food and drink.
Tablets at the tablets also allow the users to send requests for instructions on how to use the Buzztime tablet, set up a Blazin' Wing Challenge, and more. The Beond tablets are in about 150 corporate owned stores right now and will roll out to 500 locations by the end of 2014 with all locations getting the tablets by late next year.
SOURCE: Buffalo Wild Wings