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ʻAʻole pinepine ka manawa kūpono e like me kēia - kahi manawa e lanakila ai i $ 250,000 a hana pū me kahi ʻoihana like Cisco e hoʻolilo i kou manaʻo i mea maoli!

Ma mua o kou heluhelu ʻana, hiki iā mākou ke hoʻohana i kāu kākoʻo. ʻOiai ua hoʻokomo kā mākou noi i nā Finals, ke nānā aku nei mākou i nā māmā. Inā hāmama ke koho ʻana, mahalo mākou inā ʻoe e hoʻopaʻa inoa a koho balota no mākou:

  1. Kākau inoa no ka pūnaewele I-Prize o Cisco
  2. ʻEʻe a kaomi iā "Promote" ma ka manaʻo SaaS POS.

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Ke hana nei wau ma ka hale ʻaina ʻoi loa e ʻike ai i kekahi o nā pilikia nui a Restaurateurs e hana nei me ka hiki ke loaʻa a hoʻohana i nā ʻenehana maʻalahi a maʻalahi hoʻi. E haʻi ʻia ka ʻoiaʻiʻo, he kūpuna ka ʻoihana… ʻOi aku ke kumukūʻai o nā ʻōnaehana kūʻai ma mua o 10% o nā kumu hoʻomaka a me nā palena o nā ʻōnaehana.

ʻO ka hui aʻu e hana nei i kēia manawa he alakaʻi i ka hoʻohui ʻana i ka Pūnaewele Pūnaewele me nā ʻōnaehana POS. He paʻakikī nui loa ia. ʻO nā ʻōnaehana POS, ma ka liʻiliʻi, he ʻumi mau makahiki ma hope o ka ʻenehana a mākaukau ʻole no ka ecommerce ma o ka pūnaewele. Ma kahi o ka wehe ʻana i kā lākou ʻōnaehana i ka hoʻopili pūnaewele ʻana, ke koi nei nā ʻoihana POS i nā kumukūʻai laikini hou me nā hiʻohiʻona kūpono ʻole a piha ʻole, e hōʻeha ana i ka ʻehaʻeha maoli no nā ʻoihana e like me aʻu a me ka restaurateur hoʻi.

ʻOiai ua neʻe ʻia nā noi ʻo Office, nā leka uila a me nā ʻōnaehana hoʻokele pili mea kūʻai aku i ka Polokalamu ma ke ʻano he lawelawe, ʻaʻole i lilo nā ʻōnaehana POS a he manawa kūpono loa ia i kēia manawa i ka nui o nā ʻoihana e lawe nei i ka hopena i ka ʻae ʻana i nā hopena i mālama ʻia. Me ka noʻonoʻo, ua kau wau i koʻu manaʻo ma ka pūnaewele o Cisco, ka Ana pos. ʻO ka manaʻo e lawe i ka polokalamu POS o kēia manawa a holo iā ia mai ka Pūnaewele ma mua o ka lako paʻa POS.

Nui nā mea maikaʻi - hoʻohui ʻia me ke Kauoha Pūnaewele e lilo i seamless. Eia kekahi, kū aʻe nā manawa hou, e like me ka uku uku, ka panakō, ka hoʻopili ʻana o ka leka uila, hoʻohui pūnaewele, a me nā lako huahana (ke hoʻopau nei i ka salemona e hua mai ka makaʻala e noi ana i ka luna e kauoha hou. ʻAe ʻo ia a hoʻouna ʻia ka ʻoka me ka uila).

Ua hāʻawi maoli ʻo Cisco iā mākou i kahi manawa kupanaha loa ma aneʻi a makemake wau e ʻike i ka manaʻo e hua. ʻAʻole wau i manaʻo aia kekahi ʻoihana kūpono e kōkua i ka hoʻomohala a hoʻolauna i kahi manaʻo e like me kēia i ka mākeke. ʻO ka ʻenehana kikowaena pono e koi ʻia, ka palekana, ʻenehana ʻenehana lahilahi ... ʻo kēia nā ikaika a pau o Cisco!

E nānā pono ʻO kā Blog I-Prize's Cisco no nā kikoʻī hou aku.

A mai poina e hoʻolaha i kā mākou manaʻo !!! ʻO wau nō ka kime, ʻo Bill Dawson, ʻO Carla Ybarra-Dawson a ʻO Jason Carr.

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      Thanks so much for your support, Shawn! I think we’ve got a realistic application with tons of opportunity to change the landscape. We didn’t seem to get a lot of attention outside of the judges, though, so I’m trying to drum up some votes.

      We appreciate yours!
      Doug

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    I’ve spent the last 10 minutes trying to create an account on that site and vote for you. Once I got past the crazy requirements for the password, I kept getting ASP error screens when I’d try to submit.

    I’ll try again later and hopefully can get in! Sorry!

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    I too think the idea is excellent. Intuit did this with accounting software a couple of years ago and it is a great tool for restaurants.

    Unfortunately, I don’t think you are the first to promote such a concept. I know of a couple of companies working on the concept right now. I will, however, vote for you. The power and resources of Cisco far exceed all of the POS restaurant systems combined!

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      Mike – you’re right-on, a local data store would be a must in the event that connectivity went down. AIR was actually the inspiration on deciding whether or not this was plausible. AIR would definitely do the trick, but if Cisco developed a thin client, that would probably work just as well!

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