The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

How successful restaurant chains optimize labor costs

A back office technology solution optimizes restaurant labor costs by consistently finding the perfect balance of staffing requirements-to-sales projections, day-in and day-out.


3 things to consider before investing in a coffee brewer

As consumers become increasingly savvy about their coffee preferences, it’s smart business to do your homework before selecting a brewing system for your restaurant.

Daily food prep and waste tracking are the two most effective ways a restaurant chain can strengthen their food-cost management controls.

Learn how one operator has come a long way in a short time thanks to emerging POS technology.

Here are five reasons why it pays to invest in high-quality coffee equipment.

Partnering with a restaurant back office solution that includes vendor management tools can provide a lift to your foodservice distribution strategy.

Back office system dashboards have become an integral part of the operator’s workflow.

Often times, customers are fearful that the use of email receipts from a retailer are not only a cost savings for the retail operation and a nice thing for our environment but also a cloaked way to fill your inbox with spam email like coupons, seasonal sale offers and other promotional info.

For its programs, chains generally use outside experts with extensive business databases and the staff to manage all the program details. In the past, this option was simply too expensive for independents. Now, web-based technology has changed that, and independent restaurants across the country are taking advantage.

Restaurant operators often speak of innovation in terms of putting new signature dishes and food creations on the menu. But where the biggest innovation is happening today may be less on the menu and more in the technologies driving increased efficiency and effectiveness.

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