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Posted by: Bobbie Cummins on Jul 8 , 2020 2:19 PM

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Recently, Bailiwick was entrusted with a significant project from a client who is recovering from business loss due to recent events (COVID-19 and civil unrest). We were told their internal team voted unanimously that Bailiwick was the trusted partner to get their job done. Trust was the main decision driver and we are both honored and humbled. ... [Continue Reading]
Leading companies and consulting firms agree that we are officially living in the "Age of the Customer." Everyone from legacy brands to startup companies are working tirelessly to deliver on customer expectations of seamless experiences in this ever-changing digital environment, all the while, looking to engage the customer more than ever with their brand. With time being a commodity, personalization serves as the force that engages customers quickly. Salesforce, a leading technology ... [Continue Reading]
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As office technologies continue to evolve, today’s workforce is less-tied to a fixed location. Many people are making calls across wired and wireless networks, from mobile technologies, from softphones, and in some cases even over web browsers. With this changing landscape, how can your organization ensure first responders can locate an employee in need? When an emergency occurs, employees must be able to quickly dial 911 and trust that first responders will be able to locate them upon arri ... [Continue Reading]
Quick service restaurants revolutionized the American dining out experience with the introduction of White Castle in 1921 (pictured above, from White Castle). Technology didn’t move as fast then as it does now in the QSR space. We’ve come a long way from the ... [Continue Reading]
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Maintenance. It's something every IT department must own, but when is the last time you thought about your maintenance strategies? It often falls prey to, “If it’s not broke, don’t fix it.” New system launches, new technology deployments or enhancements, or emergency situations tend to take precedence over digging into maintenance plans. And while these matters compete for an IT professional's time, focusing on a comprehensive maintenance plan can you help you maximize the return on i ... [Continue Reading]
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The allure of new technology is often reported in the context of attracting younger customers or keeping up with trends, but one of the best business cases for implementing new digital technology in the quick service restaurant space is the ability to increase throughput and drive profitability. Lowering operational costs is perhaps the primary reason behind driving quick service restaurant operators to switch from traditional print menu signage to digital displays, especially in the ... [Continue Reading]
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Hardly a day goes by without an article detailing how Millennials and Gen Z are impacting a particular industry. Younger generations are driving change in everything from workplace benefits to eating habits. Looking beyond the headlines around work/life balance and avocado toast, Millennials alone account for more than $65 billion of spending each year and influence upward of $1 trillion in total consumer spending. These two generations represent a large opportunity for quick service ... [Continue Reading]
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In today's technology-focused world, fast food brands have struggled to attract customers and increase sales, especially among the coveted millennial and centennial (Gen Z) demographic of 18-35 year-olds. As is the case with most industries, the quick-service and fast-casual restaurant business is being constantly and drastically reshaped by technology. Now more than ever, restaurants are not only focused on day-to-day operations, but are tasked with evaluating whether to purchase new ... [Continue Reading]
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Engineers who are raising the bar in the industry of information and technology should maintain certification as a Registered Communications Distributions Designer. Bailiwick customers feel confident when they hear we have five RCDDs on staff who all keep their certifications current. Working at Bailiwick constantly provides the engineering corps opportunities to extend scope as an RCDD. The knowledge and expertise that ... [Continue Reading]

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