Restaurant management software from Upserve

About Upserve

Upserve provides an intuitive, all-in-one restaurant management platform and POS system. This software solution features a user-friendly interface that helps you save time evaluating your top performing products and staff and improve the customer experience with tableside ordering and payment processing.


Restaurant POS

  • Shift notes
  • Tip adjustment
  • Discounts and voids
  • Training mode
  • Split checks and items
  • Logbook of staff feedback and task lists
  • Check management
  • Tab management
  • Server performance management
  • Guestbook
  • Daily digest email

Restaurant Management

  • Sales reporting
  • Marketing and CRM
  • Menu management
  • Shift prep
  • Reputation management

More Features

  • Workforce management
  • Inventory managment
  • Tableside ordering
  • Online ordering
  • Loyalty program
  • Payment processing
  • Mobile app


Plan Base Price Price per Additional Terminal
Core $119 $60
Pro $249 $50
Pro Plus $399 $40

Target Market

  • Enterprise restaurants
  • Brewers
  • Bars and nightclubs
  • Pizza places
  • Coffee shops, cafes, and bakeries
  • Wineries
  • Delis
  • Fine dining
  • Fast food
Starting Price
$119 /month
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Product Overview

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User Reviews of Upserve

Submitted on June 16th, 2019 by Matt Greer

One of the main features of Upserve POS that we liked from the very beginning was its portability. We knew we wanted to have a tablet based system.

We didn’t want to be bogged down in any of the previous technologies that were out there. A lot of the older systems used giant terminals that could only be updated by a company somewhere in the US that you had to pay a lot of extra money for. We knew we didn’t need that.

Submitted on June 16th, 2019 by Dimitri Vlahakis

You need to have one part of the operation talking to the other part of the operation. They need to know what everybody’s thinking.

When we started we didn’t have a POS, we did everything by hand. Now we’re using Upserve POS, which we’re very happy with. We’ve been using it for some years. And, what it affords us is the ability to coordinate our efforts for sale much more effectively.