“Cash is dirty in a food environment,” says David Silverglide, co-founder of the hip San Francisco sandwich shop, Split Bread.
Split Bread offers it consumers multiple ways to pay, none of which include cash. Customers can scan a QR code at their table and have their sandwiches delivered directly to them, use a card at a payment kiosk, or order online.
Only accepting electronic payments allows Split Bread to operate more cost effectively by not having to count and reconcile cash and customers can move in and out at a much quicker pace.
Smarter, faster, and in this case delicious.
To learn more about Split Bread and other restaurants embracing electronic payments, please visit Currency of Progress.
Posted by: Lucas Mast, Visa Corporate Relations on April 17, 2013 at 11:25 am