The benefits of a fully managed network solution in the Quick Serve Industry.

Quick Serve Restaurants
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Lancashire, UK – 2024

Companies that offer fully managed network solutions, such as Evolve, relieve you of the burden of overseeing IT and network infrastructure, freeing up more time for you to work on other aspects of your company.

By partnering with a managed network provider, Quick Serve and Food-to-Go businesses can unleash their potential and enjoy a range of benefits, such as supercharging their network performance, bolstering their cybersecurity defences, and ensuring 24/7/365 network uptime.

As well as numerous other important areas, including point-of-sale systems, contactless ordering and payments, online and mobile ordering, inventory management, data analytics, and more, increased connectivity can optimise the consumer experience and income. 

Your food-to-go or quick-service business can leverage the power of efficient point-of-sale systems to create a seamless and speedy experience for your consumers through a dependable and competent connection. In a similar vein, contactless ordering and payment methods can enhance the client experience and satisfy the increasing desire for a touchless transaction. 

Your company will reduce the danger of cyberattacks and data breaches by implementing a secure connection, like EvolveISP. Strong cybersecurity procedures are used by managed IT services to safeguard client information and company assets. Evolve offers PCI Level 1 certified solutions, ensuring that all of your data and card transactions are secure and protected – another thing that Evolve’s fully managed solution will handle for your business.

Additional advantages of enhanced connectivity include guest Wi-Fi, which is a part of Evolve’s fully managed solutions. An online digital marketing solution that establishes a private Wi-Fi connection for your customers in order to guarantee security for everybody involved. With the data analytics that EvolveODM gives your company, you can offer menu items, marketing plans, and advertising campaigns. 

If your interested in exploring how a fully managed network provider can help you make the most of your business, take your customer experience to the next level, and increase revenue, then contact Evolve today or visit our website to find out more. 


About Evolve Business Group and Evolve

Evolve Business Group is an independently owned company that specialises in providing end-to-end IT and managed network solutions to a range of businesses. Evolve is helping businesses to reduce costs and simplify the management of services and give business owners and their teams more time to do what they do best.

Founded in 2005, it has worked with a variety of customers across different industries around the world, building a team of highly experienced specialists to help create effective and efficient packages using any combination of different offerings. It keeps a range of cross-sector networks protected and connected.


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