Brink it too simple?
September 27, 2019

Brink it too simple?

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with PAR Brink POS

We used Brink as our main Point of Sale in all of our restaurants as well as reporting features at the Support Center.
  • Brink has a simple interface for the team to use in their day to day.
  • Brink is mostly simple to reconfigure to our needs in the field.
  • Brink could update its hardware to the sign of the times with guest interactive POS.
  • Appears clunky at times with its processes and steps.
  • Brink needs to be able to edit it reporting features to get the desired result for time clock compliance especially in CA with Meal Break Laws.
  • Brink needs to integrate its time clock process in CA, for a team member to accept or decline time clock edits and to waive a mandatory break.
  • Brink needs better integration with KDS systems to do exactly what we need it to do as our business model develops into the future.
  • Positive impact on its simplicity with our growth and ability to teach and transform our business.
  • Negative impact on the business with time clock compliance in CA. We need more functionality for the Team Member experience in time clock management.
I inherited Brink and it works for us for now. But as we grow in CA and other markets, Brink maybe becomes a challenge with time record compliance and the ability to perform up to expectations with KDS systems.
I believe Brink has been very responsive to our needs and requests.

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Brink just needs to continue to develop its technology for the every-changing industry.