Aloha POS is a restaurant point-of-sale software product by NCR Corporation. Founded in 1884, NCR Corporation is a technology company that provides products and services to ease consumer transactions in the retail, financial, travel, hospitality, telecom, and technology industries.

NCR Aloha POS Platform

Aloha POS is a restaurant point-of-sale software solution that enables restaurant employees to enter orders and payments, modify food orders, split checks, and streamline food preparation and delivery. The tool, by NCR corporation, can be accessed by restaurant employees, bartenders, and management on fixed POS terminals, built-for-purpose handheld devices, or consumer mobile devices. Primarily, Aloha POS is used by restaurant bartenders and servers. When logged into the system, they are able to enter and modify orders, manage multiple tabs, split checks, access tip sharing, and run payments. Aloha POS is available to restaurants as their primary point-of-sale solution. The product is geared toward quick service, fast casual, casual, and fine dining table services restaurants. The tool features both on-premise software and cloud data and services.

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Review Summary

NCR Aloha POS has 153 reviews on G2 Crowd, 94 of which came from within the last year.
Multiple reviewers highlight NCR Aloha POS's:
  • Slower to reach roi
  • More expensive
  • Better at meeting requirements
Most Recent NCR Aloha POS Review
Great system
Reviewed On January 15, 2019
I am able to access records from home or when I am away.


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NCR has three different levels of partnerships that each provide brands with different capabilities. The first level of partnership features Interact Global Partners through the Interact Program. Partners advance through the tiered program based on their understanding and deliverance of NCR solutions. NCR provides growing benefits such as access to their portfolio and an investment framework as the partners advance, acquire their own customers, and broaden their portfolio. The second features NCR approved suppliers. After training and certification, NCR suppliers can access and update several types of information, such as accounts payable, purchasing card payment processes, payment term options form, service parts support, and more. Finally, NCR partners with companies to help them develop new and innovative technology. These partners fall into four sectors: financial, hospitality, retail, and travel, and include brands such as Digital Check, Mitek Systems, APG Cash Drawer, Epson, Intel, McAfee, Ready Credit, and more.

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