Indian Restaurant in Singapore deploys Scala-powered digital menu board
Dec. 2, 2010
The oldest Indian vegetarian restaurant in Singapore has taken the lead as the first dining outlet to deploy a digital menu board using Scala in the Lion City, according to an announcement from Scala.
Patrons who step into the Ananda Bhavan Restaurant housed in Terminal Two at the Changi Airport are instantly greeted by an eye-catching panel of digital menu boards positioned behind the counter.
Ananda Bhavan features a panel of seven 42-inch Panasonic plasma screens. The menu boards complement the cozy atmosphere of the restaurant with dynamic, attention-grabbing menus and content, according to Scala.
Managed by the restaurant's IT team, the menu board runs 24/7 on three Scala Players. The management of the restaurant is has noted an increase in sales since the deployment of the menu boards, according to the announcement.
The Scala software solution and the deployment of the digital menu board were provided by Click Grafix Pte Ltd.