A very busy few weeks has seen our technicians carrying out various installations in very different locations, check this post out to find out what our boys have been up to…

Wig & Pen in Norwichwig and pen pub norwich

We have recently installed 2 Touch Screens with ICR Software into the very popular Wig & Pen, this is one of the many lovely pubs in Norwich and has always been a favourite of ours, the local community and visitors to Norwich alike.

The Wig & Pen is a warm and friendly 17th century Freehouse,it’s to the north side of the stunning Norwich cathedral. The Wig’ as its affectionately known, has built a reputation for a fresh, fast, affordable British cuisine.

For the 19th successive year, the Wig & Pen has been included in CAMRA’s Good Beer Guide.

If you’re visiting Norwich pop in and enjoy a wonderful lunch and a lovely warm welcome.

You can find the Wig & Pen at:
6 St Martins Palace Plain
Norwich, NR3 1RN

Tel:01603 625891

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King`s Lynn

queen elizabeth hospital kings lynn

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An additional Touch Screen has been installed with ICRTouch software at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn.

They have an extremely busy cafe and dining area for the staff & visitors, this additional System will help the staff to keep up the amazing service they provide everyday keeping the waiting time down to a minimum whilst providing accurate daily – weekly reports.

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The Lock Climbing Wall, Essexlock climbing wall essex

We have also just upgraded 3 Touch Screens at The Lock Climbing Wall, with ICRTouch Software and Touch Office Web.

This will provide Essex Outdoors to obtain accurate daily – weekly reports along with live & up to date transactions as they happen remotely. The systems have been installed by our ECR technicians & combined with training for their staff.

First class service every time!

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That`s just worn me out writing about all of these jobs!

I`m going for a lay down, until next time…

Mandy