The latest news and trends in restaurant technology
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Before spending on new hardware or software, be sure to ask these questions first.

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What are the must-haves for upping your data game today? The trick is finding the right data and interpreting it to make informed decisions that will improve business.

This year’s class of social media standouts found surprising ways to break through on popular platforms, reinvent their voice on established ones and gain footing in the “brand”-new worlds of...

Soon, even more consumers will realize that they can put themselves on restaurants’ waitlists remotely. News broke mid-August that one of the larger waitlist app suppliers had partnered with Yelp. As...

At first glance, the manager appears to be talking to himself. Into thin air, he asks what yesterday’s sales were. But then an answer comes, in a computerized voice from a speaker. That’s the vision...

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Facing competition from independents, chains find techie ways to sell their local appeal.

Independent operators aren’t as convinced as their chain counterparts that technology gives them a competitive advantage. While just over three-fourths think it can help boost sales and productivity...

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It’s not an if, but a when for these technologies to hit the restaurant space, according to operators at this year’s Restaurant Innovation Summit.

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A new survey from Deloitte identifies what consumers want from restaurant technology. These are the consumer-facing tech advances that are driving sales and frequency.

For a fast-casual concept that’s had technology as part of its DNA from the start, a refresh wasn’t about entirely new programs. Rather, it had to rethink how today’s customers use tech. When The...