Groupon’s Breadcrumb Launches AirLift Emergency Parts Replacement

By: Chris Crum - January 25, 2013

Groupon announced today that its Breadcrumb POS service has a new overnight emergency parts replacement plan called AirLift, which will will let restaurants and bars using the Breadcrumb iPad POS system pay an extra $100 per terminal purchased for this extra service.

AirLift, Groupon says, protects businesses for two years, by getting them back up and running with parts replacement for accidental damage and hardware defects.The plan protects expensive equipment against things like cracked screens and water damage. The accidental damage claims do require a $50 deductible. Breadcrumb already provides a one year free coverage plan for basic manufacturing defects.

Breadcrumb founder Seth Harris says, “Breadcrumb is more than an iPad POS app. We’re committed to providing our food and beverage clients with the equipment, infrastructure and 24/7 support they need for a critical piece of their business.”

The AirLift plan offers overnight shipping on replacement parts for no additional cost, and covers all parts under the same warranty agreement, with the ability to replace the same part multiple times.

Groupon acquired Breadcrumb last May, and then launched its Breadcrumb POS system in October.

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