New digital headsets make drive-thru service 'So Good' for KFC

Quail Digital's 'Pro5' headset system has been officially approved by KFC for use in the brand's UK and Ireland outlets. The Q Pro5 is a lightweight, wireless communications system designed specifically for order taking in drive thru restaurants.  Quail Digital has been providing its communication systems to KFC for 17 years, and the new Q Pro5 has been installed in 160 sites within the UK. KFC ran tests in eight stores for six months; audio intelligibility between the order taker and customer and ease of use and reliability of the headsets were monitored on an on-going basis. 


 
Paul Cunliffe, Equipment Supply Manager for KFC UK & Ireland, said: "The Q Pro5 system is now officially approved for use in our drive-thru restaurants across the UK & Ireland and we will continue to implement this equipment within our new-build restaurants. We are looking to open 34 new stores this year alone, and we know the part this equipment plays in helping us deliver excellent customer service. We're delighted to receive this approval from such a major brand," said Quail Digital CEO Tom Downes. "This relates to the UK and Ireland, but it's a great introduction to other overseas markets."
 
The Q Pro5 all-in-one drive thru system weighs just 3.5oz, giving unrivalled comfort and ease for users. It comes configured for single or dual lane drive thrus from just one base station. Headsets can operate completely hands free, affording order taker and crew full mobility and productivity; it also has a 'sleep' mode saving battery capacity when the headset is not in use. The system uses a duplex platform combined with noise and echo cancelling technology to maximise sound quality for both customer and order taker. Recent research by US specialist acoustic testing laboratory, Orfield, verified the Q-Pro5's superior acoustic quality.


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