Paparazzi, an established local restaurant, with tico owners that are among some of Jaco’s first developers, has deployed a single terminal gPOS system for tracking restaurant sales. The system has also been configured to provide time tracking for all employees, as well as “account balance” tracking for those repeat customers that have credit terms with the restaurant. Maria Salazar Pirola, owner of Paparazzi and sister hotel Sol del Oro, has trained her daughters to use the system for all order taking thus improving the restaurants overall accountability an order of magnitude. Welcome aboard the gPOS train Maria!!
Chris Mandel, owner of Los Amigos, is in the process of upgrading his Milestone Video Surveillance sytem (branded GeckoWatch) to allow him to view his property’s cameras real-time “on the go”. To facilitate this upgrade, Chris purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note with both Wifi and 3G services. Now, from almost anywhere in the world, Chris can “keep tabs” on his business. GeckoWatch: Piece of mind with a Costa Rican business.
GeckoTech is pleased to announce its GeckoAlarm service. GeckoAlarm is a sophisticated Alarm to Internet bridge that allows a subscriber to monitor current and historical state of all alarm sensors and alarm activation. The subscriber can also use it track arming and disarming of the alarm so they know when staff (or contractors) come and go. GeckoTech’s early adopters of this service are Casa Ponte, Graffiti, Los Amigos, and Bohio Grill, and of course, GeckoTech itself. Nelson Spotorno says ” We are very excited about the flexibility and convenience remote alarm monitoring offers our subscribers. “
GeckoTech is proud to announce availability of a mobile viewer for Video Surveillance. This add on service allows any GeckoTech client to view their video security cameras from iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. The ability for property managers, property owners and developers to view their assets remotely using their private mobile devices is a huge boon to asset management and security. Vista Las Palmas has recently signed up for the service and designated support staff now have access to any video camera 7×24 using their personal communication devices. They are able to view real time (and historically) video imagery while “on the go”. Wow!!