Oracle’s food and beverage technologies will be used to serve guests at the soon-to-open Queensland Country Bank Stadium in South Townsville, Australia.

Oracle’s MICROS Simphony Cloud Point of Sale systems will be fitted at the stadium to provide quick service for fans and elevate the game-day experience. Some 164 Oracle MICROS workstations will be fitted, along with 15 Oracle MICROS tablets.

The 25,000-seat venue, which will serve as the home of the North Queensland Cowboys NRL rugby league club, is scheduled to open next month. The stadium will feature 40 general admission food and beverage outlets and additional stations, along with three corporate experience bars.

Digital menus will also be fitted to display concession choices, with selections easily changeable to meet preferred dining options of event audiences.

Simon de Montfort Walker, senior vice-president and general manager of Oracle Food and Beverage, said: “No matter whether they are attending a sporting event or concert, fan expectations of venues have evolved greatly in recent years, and venues must maximise their use of emerging technology platforms to meet these demands, improve the experience and keep fans coming back.

“Oracle MICROS Simphony POS systems are designed to easily integrate with other systems so they can meet guests’ evolving entertainment needs as the stadium and surrounding area grow.”

Queensland Country Credit Union acquired naming rights to the stadium last month through a six-year deal with the venue.

Image: Queensland Country Bank Stadium