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Same Location. Brand New Vision.

Posted by: Tim Bennett on Jun 17 , 2020 10:00 AM

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Here's a simple test to see how well you know your work environment. Imagine walking into any space at your business location (corporate or site location) and close your eyes. Now, start compiling in your mind all the places you think will need to be attended and maintained to keep your area free from spreading the transmission of COVID-19. ... [Continue Reading]

Re-open Without Re-grets

Posted by: Ray Buice on Jun 11 , 2020 2:00 PM

Women holding payment device close to customers smart watch
People are hungry. Hungry for more than their favorite food at a familiar spot. People are craving normalcy. That craving isn't satisfied by a day shopping with friends, or a beverage from your local cafe. We are craving social gatherings, hugging our loved ones, and establishing a normal routine. As a thought-leader in your organization, will you reset and move forward or retreat to the same way you operated before the shutdown? Now is the time to start shifting the focus to what the new rea ... [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]
Multiple point-of-sale registers in a line with touch screens.
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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