Epson taps NCR for new labeling solution

NCR Corporation has announced that Epson TM-L90 Plus LFC printer is integrated with NCR Sticky Media solutions for restaurants to improve efficiency, order accuracy and consumer satisfaction.

Epson TM-L90 offers fast, liner-free compatible (LFC) printing and enables customers to quickly print order details and add appropriate labels to deliver right food at the right customer by the food service operators.

The company said liner-free adhesive labels offers automatic media type and paper width detection while eliminating the need for special adjustments by the operator.

Additionally, Epson TM-L90 Plus LFC printer with NCR Sticky Media reduces the need for multiple receipts, labels, stickers or tape in the restaurant.

Besides enhancing customer satisfaction, it also improves order accuracy and productivity, shorten lines and increase revenue and profit.

This apart, the new solution also eliminates waste form standard label liners while reducing printer jams.

Company officials said Epson TM-L90 Plus LFC printer support 58mm label size in addition to 40mm and 80mm and its paper saving mode adjusts top and bottom margins automatically, while reducing extra white space.


“Our printer, coupled with patented NCR Sticky Media solutions, will help our mutual customers improve operational efficiencies and increase consumer satisfaction,” said Tom Kettell, director, commercial channel sales at Epson.

“NCR Sticky Media and the new Epson printer give our customers more flexibility and additional ways to gain business advantages,” said Eddie Noel, senior vice president and general manager, NCR Interactive Printer Solutions.

In June, Dos Toros, New York’s taqueria has deployed NCR restaurant technology solution to improve customer experience and efficiency of its business.

In January, Epson America announced the latest Point of Sale (POS) solutions from its partners. Epson’s OmniLink enables printing from any mobile device, access to cloud services, mobile POS deployments, support for tablet-based POS and control of peripherals.

Shilpa Khatri

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