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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Olo COO Nithya Das to step down

Das, who is also the tech company’s chief legal officer and corporate secretary, will leave at the end of March. Her replacement was not named.


Black Bear Diner plans big tech upgrades for 2023

The chain is investing in a new POS system and QR code-based ordering, which it believes will enhance service while also helping staff.

Tech Check: Marc Lore's delivery startup is ditching vans for ghost kitchens. It may have stumbled into a winning concept.

Driving sales during special events, offering great deals on drinks and food and—of course—making sure there’s reliable broadcasting of the games is critical. Heres’ a few ways restaurants can set themselves apart from the competition—and ensure a great experience for basketball fans all season long.

The 600-unit Mexican chain said the technology from Presto has exceeded expectations. It’s another step forward for restaurant automation.

Technomic's Take: Artificial intelligence and automation have been all the rage since the pandemic. But the technology still carries risks.

Restaurants interested in automation or sustainability will find a lot to dig into at the annual tech showcase in Las Vegas.

The first is open now at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta. It’s the chain’s eighth automated location.

The settlement includes $2.7 million for affected customers. Grubhub will also change how it communicates fees in its app.

The 45-year-old technology has emerged as an effective balm for restaurants' nagging labor shortage.

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