The latest news and trends in restaurant technology

Wingstop is leaving Olo to build its own tech system

The news sent Olo’s stock plummeting early Tuesday, though executives said it will have little impact on the business.


4 tech stars from restaurants' third quarter

These investments may not be flashy, but chains say they're getting the job done.

The company said drivers tend to reject orders that don’t include tips, so it’s testing out a reminder for customers.

The much-requested tool is designed to help restaurateurs keep closer tabs on their business.

The loyalty startup wants to change how restaurants connect with customers by decentralizing their data.

The company plans to double its unit count by the end of next year and also has an acquisition up its sleeve.

The industry’s embrace of technology has made it a bigger target for cyberattacks. Here’s what restaurants can do to protect themselves.

Large language models like ChatGPT have flipped the script for companies like ConverseNow, which uses AI to take restaurants’ phone and drive-thru orders.

The two chains are duking it out for tech superiority as they attempt to prove that robotic makelines could transform the fast-casual space.

The acquired company will serve as the foundation for a new specialty equipment and supplies operation, Sysco said.

  • Page 5