What centralized restaurant business intelligence should look like
Adapting quickly to changing conditions is paramount to success in the restaurant industry. To achieve that, organizations must determine a viable strategy across a whole organization and for every location and execute on an informed plan of action in a short turnaround time, all at once. This is the ideal model to staying focused, competitive, and profitable. Here are some thoughts on how centralized restaurant operations supported by essential technology plays an integral part in creating competitive momentum in an increasingly fast-moving industry.
Restaurant point of sale – the nerve center for modern operations
The restaurant point of sale continues to be the primary hub by which restaurants and food services operations are empowered to deliver continuous, friction-free experiences. How must a restaurant POS best serve the modern guest experience and help to increase cohesion, visibility, and intelligence across all locations? Here are some of the primary elements to consider.
5 Ways Hospitality Technology Should Support Guest Expectations
Hospitality technology should align with modern guest expectations. But, what do those expectations look like? How should hotel, restaurant, and food services technology platforms serve them? Take a look at this selected list to discover what this looks like now, and what it's likely to look like in the near future, too.
Infographic: The Most Popular Smoothie in North America [RE-POST]
Years ago, in the summer of 2012, we gathered information for an infographic that examined the most popular smoothie in North America from June to the end of August that year. It was an illustration of how efficient data collection can inform how restaurants plan their menus with guests at the center of that decision-making process.
April 1 Restaurants in BC Move from HST to PST, Are You Ready? [RE-POST]
Here’s an update of a popular post from several years ago about an important change in how restaurants were affected by changing PST to HST tax regulations in British Columbia, Canada.
Point of Sale: 3 Ways Your POS Should Serve Your Business
Your point of sale solution is an integral part of day to day business operations in a range of industries. But like any technology, it should evolve as the industry as a whole evolves, and as the expectations of your guests change, too. In light of that, here are 3 ways your POS should serve your business today.