facebook pixal

Technology

The latest news and trends in restaurant technology
Technology

13 ways your restaurant may be using technology to woo you

The revered Reader’s Digest recently enlightened consumers about the high-tech methods restaurants use to connect with customers—and shape their dining-out choices.

Technology

The all-tech customer service model

A modern spin on the automat, eatsa is designed to serve fast-casual-like quinoa bowls at fast-food speed and prices in a “frictionless” environment.

Independent operators aren’t as convinced as their chain counterparts that technology gives them a competitive advantage.

Value isn’t just about getting more food for less.

The pizza chain is partnering with Toyota on self-driving delivery units.

The Thomas Edison of our time has no lock on technological breakthroughs. Check out the leaps that were clocked this week alone in the restaurant business. Hearing footsteps, Elon?

Mobile payments have been high on the list of "next big things" in technology for quite awhile, but it’s only recently the market has started to heat up. Mobile payments promise convenience and speed for consumers, while lowering costs and generating more customer data for businesses.

Sous vide—cooking under vacuum—may be the “hottest” technique to hit restaurants, but it demands prep and food safety skills which are lacking in most kitchen staff.

It’s the October 2015 deadline to have EMV-enabled devices—the expected date for a shift in fraud liability—that’s driving the need to update.

An upswing in sales from phone-toting consumers has prompted Starbucks to complete the U.S. rollout of its Mobile Order & Pay service more than three months ahead of schedule.

  • Page 93