While the onset of the pandemic in early 2020 meant new regulations and new realities for restaurateurs of all types, the industry was already changing — fast! Online ordering and delivery have increased more than 300% since 2014, and most restaurant owners recognize off-premise dining as one of the industry’s best opportunities for growth. COVID-19 […]
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Surviving a Shifting Landscape: Three Hospitality Tech Trends That Successful Restaurants Implemented Yesterday
It’s no secret that the restaurant industry is changing — fast! Many restaurants are facing an “evolve or die” reality that requires adapting their operations to better accommodate today’s customers with support from the latest trends in hospitality technology. And while “investing in technology” may sound like an expensive proposition, there are often fairly simple […]
Online ordering and delivery have grown 300% faster than dine-in traffic since 2014, according to Nation’s Restaurant News, and 60% of U.S. consumers say they order meals online at least once a week. So why are so many restaurants still not offering this service? Online ordering is an easy and effective way to satisfy […]
Receipts at your restaurant are essential in keeping accurate records and providing guests a way to easily provide tips to your staff. Though essential to your business and finances, receipts should not be looked at as a mere afterthought. Find Out How A Cloud-Based POS System Can Streamline Your Restaurant Rather, take advantage of your […]
Every restaurant will have a slow day or two throughout its lifetime. The trick to offsetting these days is to have a plan in place. While some restaurants may close early, your restaurant stands above the fray. Find Out How A Cloud-Based POS System Can Streamline Your Restaurant To offset slow days at your restaurant, […]
You have set up online ordering and takeout at your restaurant but find that it is not taking off like you expected. Is no one interested? Possibly, but with the growing popularity of takeout, it is more likely that you are simply not marketing it aggressively enough.