Arryved Leverages Epson Receipt and KDS Printers for its Mobile POS Solution

Joint Solutions Help Meet the Needs of the Craft Beverage Industry During COVID-19 Restrictions for Efficient and Safe Online Ordering and Streamlined Kitchen Operations

 Epson America, Inc., a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) systems, today announced that Arryved, provider of a full-featured mobile POS for taprooms, brewpubs and other experience-based venues, has selected Epson’s next-generation TM-m30II POS thermal receipt printer and TM-U220-i KDS (Kitchen Display System) printer to enhance its solutions. As winter and colder weather arrives and COVID-19 restrictions on bars and restaurants increase, establishments need to adapt quickly to stay in business. With closures, reduced capacity, limited hours of operations, and no seating at bars, more business is expected from online ordering, delivery and pickup. The TM-m30II printer offers rich features that help meet these demands while facilitating contactless payment and socially distanced experiences while Epson’s KDS streamlines kitchen operations, facilitating the drink and food ordering fulfillment process.


“Epson has been a valued partner for years, and this is yet another example that shows how our collaboration helps deliver what our customers need right now,” said David Norman, co-founder and CEO, Arryved. “We work exclusively with Epson as they continue to innovate and deliver the best POS solutions to enhance our software offering. Our joint solutions are perfect for today’s taprooms, brewpubs and restaurants looking for reliable POS, KDS, and printing systems that all work together seamlessly to fulfill the growing demand for online ordering and pickup.”

With built-in loyalty programs, QR code-based ordering, online to-go and delivery tools and integrated digital menus, Arryved offers an all-in-one solution for creating an excellent guest experience. Orders from any origination point print to shared Epson printers and order screens to facilitate managing transactions. Epson’s mobile-friendly wireless TM-m30II POS thermal printers allow merchants to easily adapt their service experience to the needs of the day enabling them to quickly and painlessly add receipt printing wherever needed. With many indoor services now restricted during COVID-19, It allows businesses to easily adjust to outside service.

Epson’s TM-U220-i KDS printer meets higher capacity kitchens’ needs for tools to efficiently manage workflows. With the addition of the Epson KDS screens, merchants can optimize their kitchen operations with quick and easy printing of checks, kitchen tickets and order management. The integration delivers a feature-rich hardware and software solution, enabling streamlined back-of-house management and improved front- and back-of-house communications, order speed and accuracy, and ultimately, increased efficiency.

“Arryved is one of our trusted partners,” said Tom Kettell, director, Commercial Channel – North America. “They meet a great need in the craft beverage market which is challenged to continually adapt to changing service models. By working together we are enabling bar owners and restaurant operators to greatly increase their efficiencies and modernize their kitchens with the latest technologies available.”

The compact 3″, sleek, TM-m30II POS thermal receipt printer offers a host of features that are designed with transactional efficiency in mind. These include multiple interface options such as USB, Ethernet, Bluetooth® and wireless connectivity. The printer can be installed horizontally or vertically, which allows for flexible positioning. A reliable performer, it features a 150 km printhead life1, auto cutter life of 1.5 million cuts1 and speeds of up to 250 mm/sec1. Also, the flexible drop-in paper loading allows users to access and print via the TM-m30II from either the top or the front.

The TM-U220-i KDS intelligent printer is ideal for businesses in the hospitality industry looking for flexible POS configurations. An efficient printer/controller with built-in processing power and memory, the printer can seamlessly connect to POS systems and directly drive kitchen displays.