McDonald's Restaurant lowers prices on drinks as industry slumps

McDonalds lowers drink prices in effort to lure in customers
McDonald’s, the biggest food service company leads a $228 billion U.S. fast-food industry that faces slackening growth. After increasing 2.4 percent last year, revenue gains will slow to 1.5 percent this year and 1.6 percent in 2018, data from researcher IBISWorld show. McDonald’s shares have gained 5 percent this year, about the same as the Standard & Poor’s 500 Restaurants Index. McDonald’s has new promotions coming this April of 2017. In the April promotions McDonald’s will include soft drinks of any size for $1. For a limited time, customers can also buy small McCafe beverages such as smoothies and frappes for $2. There is so much competition now with many value meals in the fast food industry that you don’t even know to which one to go to with such great deals. In addition, many people today prefer to eat at home than dine out which is why McDonald’s growth has showed a bit of a slow down. Sintel Systems is the only direct and single-source point of sale provider to the restaurant,  frozen yogurt, and bakery  industry with top grade hardware, franchise enterprise software, all inclusive technical support, global gift/loyalty network with mobile app, replacement warranty, and embedded merchant services. Sintel Systems is one of the best systems that block hackers from breaching into your POS system and the most reliable software with backup cloud options. As a single source for business solutions, our experienced, knowledgeable team negotiates the complex POS landscape for you to enable you to find the right POS system for your business and budget. Hardware – Software – Support