Our agile 21 day data deletion architecture ensures your CEG system neatly stores & presents all relevant data in relation to the UK governments Track & Trace directive, compliantly. Our solution allows your venue to provide, package & send your Track & Trace Data for sharing on-request with any official government outlets, keeping your staff & patrons safe and your business compliant.
Fulfil & maximise your digital offering with CEG, provide your patrons with all the same details (& more) that could be found from your existing Menu/s. Add, edit & manage your full range of menu options, all branded on your own easy to use CEG outlet. Publish changes to your menu in real-time & maximise your venues capabilities with our web-based contactless solution.
We provide your venue with your own unique QR code & a personalised business web dashboard for your venue. Simply log in, add your logo, add your menu, confirm your prices, add today’s special and click Go – Its that simple. Your own customer-facing, branded CEG is online in just 24 hours!
Unlike Deliveroo, UberEats, Just Eat and other less-flexible solutions, our CEG offering ensures your venue can continue to use your current, familiar merchant account and avoid paying any unforeseen or unwarranted commission costs on the orders that you fulfil. We take no commission from e-ordering.
With the reopening of restaurants and pubs, from Saturday 4th July in England, the government’s guidelines state that all indoor restaurants and pubs should only operate with table service, and where possible operate with reduced staff and customers.
With the reopening of restaurants and pubs, from Wednesday 15th July in Scotland. The Scottish First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has said that pubs and restaurants in the country can reopen for indoor trade from 15 July, providing precautionary measures are taken.
Pubs, cafes, restaurants and bars can reopen indoors in Wales from 3 August, providing coronavirus cases continue to fall. First Minister, Mark Drakeford, announced the date in a long list of changes to the country’s coronavirus restrictions.
Northern Ireland’s hotels, bars, restaurants and cafes can reopen from 4 July, the Stormont Executive has confirmed. Pubs and bars will be allowed to trade, but must serve food and operate on a table service basis. Those pubs that do not serve food will be allowed to sell alcohol outdoors.
We supply your venue with a unique digital QR code to power the contactless table ordering process, on signing up to CEG you are provided with your own branded digital menu & ordering system which allows you the freedom to add & edit your menu, add key dietary, allergy & nutritional information about your dishes & drinks and accompany this with existing imagery & graphics. Contactless ordering via the customers smart devices directly to your venue coupled withe the retention & compliance of Track & Trace data ensures CEG remains a leading UK hospitality option.
Businesses which are allowed to reopen are being asked to securely retain the details of their customers – to prevent further outbreaks of COVID-19. Under new rules laid out, all UK hospitality venues must keep a guest register to record the contact details of visitors for 21 days to help track and trace coronavirus infections. Our expertise in data handling & management ensures your CEG system will keep your hospitality compliant and lawful whilst being able to play a key role in the UK wide efforts to establish & support the Track & Trace program.