Deaf & Hard of Hearing 2017-07-24T08:41:46+00:00
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Accessibility & Translation

Effective Communication in Restaurants

When hearing-impaired guests visit your restaurant, are they getting the service they deserve? Are you losing business because of a language barrier? With Oublié accessibility and American Sign Language (ASL) translation software, can make your once-forgotten guests feel at home, so you’ll see increased customer satisfaction, greater loyalty and more revenue.

Reduce Liability

Oublié does more for your business than help you make all your customers feel welcome. It keeps your restaurant compliant with the ADA’s accessibility requirements and protect you from liability. After all, when a restaurant and its guests can’t communicate dietary restrictions, allergens and sensitivities, there’s a real public health risk. With Oublié, you and your guests can rest easy.

It’s time to turn forgotten guests into valued repeat customers.
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If you can dream it, our endlessly flexible design can make it happen. This is what makes our mobile solution infinitely different from the rest. It’s scalable to perfectly adapt to your unique needs, whether you have your own software or want a custom solution. And with just a few tweaks, your management can add or remove features, update the menu, adjust the payment process, and schedule alerts. Plus, at under two pounds, it’s so small and light that it can be positioned anywhere you want it – in hands, on tabletops, on mounts, or on other machines.
If you can dream it, our endlessly flexible design can make it happen. This is what makes our mobile solution infinitely different from the rest. It’s scalable to perfectly adapt to your unique needs, whether you have your own software or want a custom solution. And with just a few tweaks, your management can add or remove features, update the menu, adjust the payment process, and schedule alerts. Plus, at under two pounds, it’s so small and light that it can be positioned anywhere you want it – in hands, on tabletops, on mounts, or on other machines.
If you can dream it, our endlessly flexible design can make it happen. This is what makes our mobile solution infinitely different from the rest. It’s scalable to perfectly adapt to your unique needs, whether you have your own software or want a custom solution. And with just a few tweaks, your management can add or remove features, update the menu, adjust the payment process, and schedule alerts. Plus, at under two pounds, it’s so small and light that it can be positioned anywhere you want it – in hands, on tabletops, on mounts, or on other machines.
If you can dream it, our endlessly flexible design can make it happen. This is what makes our mobile solution infinitely different from the rest. It’s scalable to perfectly adapt to your unique needs, whether you have your own software or want a custom solution. And with just a few tweaks, your management can add or remove features, update the menu, adjust the payment process, and schedule alerts. Plus, at under two pounds, it’s so small and light that it can be positioned anywhere you want it – in hands, on tabletops, on mounts, or on other machines.

Testimonials

Featured Articles
" Juke Slot is one of the newer players in the kiosk market."They’re going to stay hungry; they’re a brand new company, they’re not going to become complacent, they’re going to constantly try to evolve," Pallino said. "I felt more comfortable with them than I did with anybody else."
Anthony PallinoOwner of Li Pourhouse Bar and Grill
Kiosks with the sort of interface Juke Slot offers not only can prevent mistakes, but also can increase business by building relationships with new clientele
Emily Ann FriedbergDeaf and Hard of Hearing teacher of Atlanta School for the Deaf
Juke Slot's Oublié technology bridges a long-standing communication gap within the restaurant industry
Jimmy PetersonExecutive Director of the Georgia Center of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
Because Pale Eddie’s doesn’t have a kitchen, and the cost for adding a kitchen– a tab that would total roughly $200,000 – would take too big of a bite from our bar’s profits, we instead added Juke Slot kiosks, They allow customers to order food from the restaurant across the street while in our bar
Pat Sanford Owner of Rogue Tavern
Fast food, dine-in and carry out – any restaurant – within the next five years should look at switching to Juke Slot kiosk
Roly PolyMatt Macke

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