The Québec City Convention Centre gets 12 SRMs for billing at its bars

Food and Beverage

Québec City Convention Centre clients will now receive bills produced with a sales recording module (SRM) for each transaction they make at a Centre bar during events held at the Centre.

Capital HRS, the Centre’s exclusive food service provider and licensed operator of its bars, has acquired 12 SRMs to meet business needs.

This puts the Centre and Capital HRS in compliance with new Revenu Québec requirements for the bar industry from the start of the rollout period running September 2  to February 1, 2016, the deadline for operators to provide clients with SRM-generated bills.

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