Ctronix
Design excellence since 1979
Our Call Forward and Ticket Queue Systems
Our sophisticated range of Queue Management Software

News 2011

Autocall's Manchester Hat Trick

Prev   Next
Brown's Restaurant Manchester
Brown's Restaurant - Manchester
We are delighted to announce the opening of Browns, Manchester. Renowned for elegant dining in a stylish setting, every Browns restaurant is uniquely housed in a particularly interesting or historic building.

Browns Manchester is housed in the former Parrs Bank building which was built in 1902. It was designed by architect Charles Heathcote and is acclaimed as a fine example of Edwardian baroque. This Grade-II listed building contains wonderful Art Nouveau wrought ironwork, ornate ceilings and marble pillars.

An Autocall system has been installed for Queue Management as all Browns restaurants(now 17 in total) already use the system.

This new Browns opening adds to a cluster of impressive dining venues in the King Street area of the city centre. 

 
Rosso's Restaurant Manchester
Rio Ferdinand’s Italian restaurant Rosso - Manchester
Just over the road from Browns on Spring Gardens is Rio Ferdinand’s Italian restaurant Rosso. Set inside the old Lancashire and Yorkshire Bank, a stunning 115-year old Grade-II listed building, Rosso is a sophisticated restaurant and bar serving quality food.

The bar is clad with mirrors and has a sumptuous theme of red furnishings to complement its name and Manchester United.

Autocall was also chosen for Queue Management by Rosso.

 
Jamie's Italian Manchester
Jamie Oliver's Italian Restaurant - Manchester
On the other side of King Street celebrity chef Jamie Oliver is set to launch one of his Italian restaurants. Jamie's Italian will be opening in the former HSBC(previously the Midland) Bank at 100 King Street.

This wonderful Art Deco Grade-II listed building was designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens in 1928 and built in Portland Stone.

Jamie's Italian has 16 stylish restaurants with 4 more planned for 2011 and all use our Autocall Visual Paging systems.