After years of experience working with the world’s top brands creating beautiful in-restaurant print menus, MenuNet by Trabon has new capabilities to publish proofed, brand-approved menu data and layouts to digital menu boards.
How do I manage my digital menu signage content?
MenuNet is a menu management system allowing your franchisees or managers to login and select menu items, pricing, or limited time offers unqiue to their location. Once menu selections are complete, MenuNet automatically renders a JPG art file of the menu that can be approved and published to your digital signage provider.
MenuNet partners with digital signage providers, such as Raydiant, to create a seamless transfer of files, or you can utilize a URL for each digital menu. Once the menu is published from MenuNet, the URL powering the menu image linked to your digital signage software will update immediately. This allows for real time menu updates for your digital menu boards.
MenuNet’s digital menu board solution is unique in the fact that it focuses on versioning your files so that each location can display unique menus with their own pricing and selections. You no longer have to wait for a designer to edit the files manually. MenuNet will automatically make the changes in the art file and publish them to a URL linked with your digital signage provider.
Where else can I publish my digital menu content?
All of the menu item selections, item names, item descriptions, item nutrition and item pricing are stored in a database that can power digital menus downstream for partners like Yext, SinglePlatform, Google, or even spreadsheet driven reports that are required for internal use.
MenuNet allows your multi-unit operation to power their digital menu boards through just a few clicks. Managing a digital menu has never been so easy.
Whether you have existing infrastructure or are thinking about implementing new digital signage in your restaurant, MenuNet produces URLs containing the versioned menu board files. Menu selections and pricing is updated within MenuNet and published to the URL in real time.