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The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Toast significantly ups its IPO goals

The restaurant software provider now seeks to raise as much as $717 million in its initial public offering, up from the $100 million stated in its original filing.


Robotics offer game-changing solutions amid labor challenges

Cutting-edge technologies improve experiences for restaurant staff and diners alike.

Operators can choose to pay either 15%, 25% or 30% per order, with higher fees bringing more robust marketing support.

As the industry evolves, some providers are shifting to a more fully integrated model. The strategy presents both benefits and challenges.

A Restaurant Business survey found that wish lists are shaped in no small part by costs, including ongoing usage fees. But whatever the financial burden, throughput and efficiency trump other considerations.

DoorDash, Uber Eats and Grubhub called the cap unconstitutional and that it bears no relationship with a public-health emergency.

The Canadian company's outlet in Rochester, N.Y., offers 25 brands including Quiznos, Dickey's and Red Bull.

The most advanced locker solutions also capture new data from multiple employee and customer touchpoints to offer new operational insights across a brand’s portfolio as well as a closer look at the last step of their customer’s digital journey.

The reservations company added a host of new features after hearing from restaurants that they needed help enforcing vaccine policies.

Providers are under attack in three key restaurant markets, and they aren’t going down without a fight. Also, Grubhub gets a refresh under new ownership and C3 is opening a food hall in a train station.

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