WAND solution employs a single interface to manage store systems based on 2nd generation Intel® Core™ processors
• Simplify system management: WAND wanted the ability to centrally manage its systems, which would minimize support costs for their customers, especially those with thousands of franchised restaurants.
• Support more display zones: WAND needed a cost-effective graphics solution capable of delivering more frames-per-second and more zones with both static and dynamic content simultaneously.
• Remote management: WAND incorporates Intel® Active Management Technology 1, which allows a single IT console to service systems located anywhere, even when the operating system is not functional.
• High performance graphics: Eliminating the need for expensive add-in graphics cards, the Intel® HD Graphics 2000, integrated on 2nd generation Intel® Core™ i5 processors, renders WAND’s award-winning content without jitter.
Walking into a modern quick service restaurant is like entering a microcosm of digital systems—customer-facing and back office—working to deliver patrons a better experience. Eye-catching digital menu boards feature dynamic content that actively engages customers and conveys messaging more effectively. The drive-through is more efficient thanks to outdoor digital menu boards and order confirmation displays that speed up the food ordering process. Point-of-sale terminals carry out customer transactions, and back office systems help restaurateurs run their businesses, rounding out a total store solution.
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