CRB Cunninghams Host Lunch And Learn At BETT 2019
Join us for our most exciting event of the year! One of the largest highlights in the educational calendar, BETT 2019 will host our most interactive lunch and learn session to date. For over 40 years, we’ve remained leaders in bringing the technological revolution to schools. Always at the forefront of educational technology, we were one of the first providers to roll out cashless catering into dining rooms across the country.
This year’s stand promises to leave you full and satisfied. Instead of leaving your school to come to BETT, we are bringing your school back to you. Come along to stand #G260 to witness our software is in its native home: the school cafeteria. The next BETT 2019 show will be held at the ExCeL, London on 23-26 January 2019. We look forward to welcoming over 34,000 attendees from the global education community. Register your place for free here.
Introducing… The CRB Cunninghams Pre-Ordering App
Come along to learn about our new pre-ordering app. Get stuck in and experience the software first hand, so you can try before you buy.
In 2017, over 95 percent of the UK’s population aged between 16 and 24 own a smartphone. We have created a pre-ordering mobile app for pupils, making pre-ordering meals quicker and faster. Our app provides pupils with the opportunity to view balances and pre-select their meal choices.
For education providers, pre-ordering provides colossal revenue implications. Both caterers and schools are making cost savings by reducing kitchen wastage. Speak to a member of the team to find out how your school’s kitchen can be streamlined.
The new app is an extension of our commitment to develop technology in the education environment. Providing fantastic user options in a smart, sleek interface the software will be available LIVE to use at the Fusion Bench at the BETT Show.
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