Recent installations have seen our engineers visit two wonderful locations in two historic towns in our region
The Red Lion, Southwold, Suffolk
We have recently installed a Touch Screen with ICR Software, printer & cash drawer at this beautiful Southwold Pub, the new system will enhance the swift service they provide all their customers.
Our I.T Engineer, programmed and installed the system, as well as training the staff all on the same day. All part of the first class service we provide at ECR to all our customers.
The Red Lion is one of the oldest pubs in Southwold and it sits on the South Green, one of Southwold’s most famous landmarks, when the sun shines, outside eating and drinking is a must on the many benches that are provided, sit and watch the world go by with a lovely glass of Adnams beer or a glass of their famous wine.
For families there is an enclosed rear patio area which is safe and sunny for the little ones to enjoy. Their restaurant and bar serves delicious, traditional and wholesome country fayre.
At the Red Lion they have finally finished the construction of their new dining area and it looks fantastic, well worth a look, a drink or even a meal. If you don’t believe us just take a look for yourself. Just call on 01502 722385 to book your table now.
At ECR we have recently installed 3 biometric readers at Kings in Newmarket, these readers will provide secure logins by all the staff.
We have previously installed Touch Screens at Kings with ICR Software and all linked to Touch Office Web.
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Kings Newmarket is a truly magnificent Grade II listed building with a very long and colourful history dating back to the 17th Century. Originally occupying the site of the ‘Griffin Inn’, Kings Newmarket was purchased by King James I as his racing palace. King Charles I later rebuilt the palace at great expense, with the finest cut stone much of which still stands today, it is a truly beautiful building.
Documents also tell of a meeting in the garden between Charles I and Oliver Cromwell. Charles refused to sign Cromwell’s ‘puppet king’ bill resulting in the break out of the English Civil War soon after.
Well that’s your history lesson for today , check out the Kings website for more information.
Until next time…