Restaurant Ordering Software deployed by Edward Don & Co


Restaurant ordering software has been deployed by food service giant Edward Don & Co.  Ai2 announced that Edward Don has deployed Ai2’s restaurant ordering software, POET.  Edward Don has used Ai2’s legacy restaurant ordering software for over two decades.   Ed Don and will upgrade to Ai2’s latest restaurant ordering software POET.  POET runs on Microsoft PCs, tablets and Surface Pro.

Edward Don’s motto is “Everything But The Food.”  Their product catalog encompasses everything you’ll find in a restaurant from plates and silverware to kitchen equipment and other appliances. They stock 12,000 items and rely on Ai2’s restaurant ordering software, which has provided a seamless experience two decades.

Ed Dom was searching for new restaurant ordering software to take advantage of newer mobile computing platforms. They did not have to look far.   They found the best restaurant ordering software with POET, a restaurant ordering software solution Ai2 had been developing for several years. With the POET  restaurant ordering software Edward Don expects to enter orders faster when in the field, import orders from other sources, and print materials with greater ease.

“We are proud to have Edward Don as a client and we’re thrilled that they’re going to take advantage of our latest restaurant ordering software POET,” said Douglas Katich, CEO for Ai2.  POET is a restaurant ordering software application that allows a mobile sales representative to build and send orders, write up returns, access accounting information, manage profit margins and perform several other critical sales functions. Many of Ai2’s clients use Ai2’s restaurant ordering software in food service.   The POET restaurant ordering software runs on Windows on almost any tablet or notebook PC.

Owned and operated by the Don family since 1921, Edward Don & Company is“the world’s leading distributor of food service equipment and supplies.” Their “knowledgeable sales representatives, unmatched product selection, nationwide distribution centers, and integration of new technology” are the reasons they are the chosen supplier to “all types of food service businesses.  These include independent restaurants, national chains, health care, hospitality, country clubs, schools and universities, government institutions, and food service management.” For more information, visit


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