Torex Retail Holdings, a provider of technology solutions to the extended retail marketplace, has announced that the Subway restaurant chain has signed an agreement to implement the Torex Quick Service Restaurant POS solution globally.
According to Torex Retail, with a large network of franchisee operations, the Subway chain needed one global POS solution designed for large complex environments, achieving a balance between the franchisee needs for value and the corporate mission to support growth.
Torex Quick Service Restaurant (QSR) POS was selected for its ability to scale across the entire global organization as well as Torex staff’s knowledge of the needs and challenges facing Subway on an international scale, the technology company said.
Upon completion of the roll out the Subway chain will have Torex software installed in over 30,000 of its restaurants in 87 countries. The software is also capable of growing with the business as the Subway restaurant chain continues its expansion program.
Thys Van Hout, Subway’s chief technology officer, said: We understood that this evaluation process was going to result in the largest global deployment of a commercially available solution in the QSR market. We spent over 11 months evaluating over 25 vendors, our choice was unanimous – Torex.