Nirvana XP Certifies 3 Epson Printers For Its Tablet-Based Restaurant Mobile App Platform

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Nirvana XP Certifies 3 Epson Printers For Its Tablet-Based Restaurant Mobile App Platform


Epson America, Inc., a supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, today announced that Nirvana XP, a mobile application platform provider for the restaurant industry, has certified three Epson printers for use with its mobile application platform. The Epson Omnilink TM-T88VI receipt printer and Epson TM-L90 Plus LFC Label printer enable seamless Web-based order printing and linerless, self-adhesive label printing, respectively, from Nirvana XP's cloud-based platform.  The company will also leverage Epson’s compact TM-m30 receipt printer to facilitate placing orders. The solutions are available from Nirvana XP today.

By working together, Nirvana XP andEpson are ensuring that restaurateurs are offered great technology options to invest in.  In addition to the new Epson printers that are integrated with Nirvana’s cloud-based platform, operators can also choose from the previously certified TM-T20II receipt printer and the TM-U220B impact printer for reliable kitchen printing.

Nirvana XP is an intuitive, single, truly integrated enterprise mobile application platform for  restaurant management needs. It brings multiple applications onto one simplified platform. Founder Kris Parikh developed a quick, intuitive, truly integrated, and secure mobile application platform by combining cloud-based technology and mobility. Nirvana XP offers an all-in-one, feature-rich, fully customizable, and affordable solution for business owners with integrated order management and performance, streamlined inventory tracking, customer relationship management, real-time cloud reporting, analytics and artificial intelligence through machine learning.

Fully customizable, the current product offering is focused on full service restaurants, quick service restaurants, cafes, coffee shops and similar businesses utilizing mobile iPad and Android tablet devices.