The global restaurant management software market revenue is expected to expand at a lucrative CAGR over the forecast period. Increasing preference towards restaurant specific software is a key factor expected to drive growth of the global restaurant management software market over the forecast period.
The global restaurant management software market report has been segmented on the basis of software, deployment, end-user, and region. On the basis of software, the target market is segmented into front-end software, accounting & cash flow, purchasing & inventory management, table & delivery management, employee payroll & scheduling, and others. The front end software segment is expected to account for highest share in the target market over the forecast period, owing to increasing demand for (Point of Sale) POS software solution.
On the basis of deployment, the target market is segmented into cloud and on-premise. The on-premise deployment segment is expected to account for highest share in the target market over the forecast period, owing to ability to control ownership of data and security concerns. On the basis of end-user, the target market is segmented into FSR (Full Service Restaurant), QSR (Quick Service Restaurant), institutional, and others.
Based on the region the target market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. The market in North America is estimated to be highest share in terms of revenue over the forecast period, owing to technological advancements and early adoption of restaurant management software by food service providers in various countries in this region. The market in Asia Pacific is expected to register significant growth in terms of CAGR, owing to increasing infrastructural development in restaurant industry in developing countries such as India and China in the region.
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