New LRS Paging Systems Let Servers Wait On Guests Not The Kitchen

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Dallas, TX – Long Range Systems (LRS) introduces its enhanced line of server paging systems. Like the company’s previous systems, the three new wireless transmitters are designed to let servers spend more time with guests and less time in the kitchen. Only now, the units are more efficient and easier than ever to use. When a server comes in for their shift, they grab a pager and program it to their server number. When an order is ready, the chef simply presses one or two buttons to instantly page the server. LRS server pagers keep customers happier because they receive faster service. Plus, it improves server performance so restaurants get faster table turns and higher check averages.

“LRS has always offered the highest quality, most efficient paging systems,” states Jim Livingston, vice president of sales for LRS, “With the additions we’ve made to our new server line, we now have the most expansive and innovative solutions in the server paging market.”

The new transmitters control all LRS server pagers. Each transmitter offers wireless programmability so facilities can renumber pagers on site. They have capacitive touch sensors so there are no buttons to wear out. One, two and three pager vibrations can signal servers where to go or LRS alphanumeric pagers can send specific messages. There’s no name lookup or shift change to worry about because the correct server is paged every time. An All-Page feature pages your entire staff at the same time.

Models T9101 and T9100: The T9101 is ideal for restaurants with fewer than thirty servers. It allows the expeditor or chef to page servers by pressing just one button. The T9100 is designed for restaurants with more than 30 servers and can page up to 99 different pagers easily. A Duty-Alert feature on both can automatically activate pagers at various intervals during the day. A Re-Page feature repeatedly pages servers until they return to pick up an order (with optional Cancel Panel only). If a server takes too long to pick up, the Manager Page immediately notifies the manager (with optional Cancel Panel only).

Model T9601: The T9601 is the low-cost server-paging solution. This UHF transmitter can page up to twelve servers with the simple push of a button. It’s ideal for kitchens and bars. The system handles up to 16 pagers and built-in dry-erase magnets let you change server names quickly. Multiple T9601 transmitters can be used if you need to page servers from different locations throughout your restaurant. It supports nine station “IDs” for easy identification of each transmitter.

Model T9100CP Wireless Cancel Panel: The new server paging line also features the T9100CP, the world’s first wireless cancel panel. With the wireless cancel panel, operators can install multiple paging stations within a single restaurant. When a server is paged at any location, their number is displayed on all transmitters immediately. Also, the server knows where to go based on the number of vibrations emitted by their pager.


Contact:
Jason Barge
Marketing Manager
1-800-437-4996
jason@pager.net

About Long Range Systems

Long Range Systems, Inc. is the leading provider of on-premise paging and messaging systems and guest management solutions sold globally and used in a variety of settings including restaurants, hotels, hospitals, daycares, amusement parks, churches, retirement and nursing homes, doctor/dentists offices, and more. LRS owns over 20 patents and markets over 30 products designed to streamline operations, improve service, and increase sales. For more information, contact Jason Barge at 800-437-4996 x 4126 or visit http://www.pager.net.