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Jeff Bradbury- Hughes interview with Brian Bailey- Ichor
Big data is where it's at when it comes to must-have marketing technology, said Chris Ruszkowski, VP of marketing for Quizno's.
Melissa Gallagher, Freshii VP of marketing, chats about the variety of marketing techniques that the chain uses to get stand out among its competitors.
Which Wich Founder Jeff Sinelli is cautious when it comes to rolling out technology, only deploying it when he has first taken care of the human element of the business.
Mary Barker, VP of human resources at Rave Restaurant Group, talks about how the brand handles training.
Bruce Schroder, president of Moe's Southwest Grill, chats about how the brand uses technology to drive sales.
Which Wich CEO Jeff Sinelli believes in technology but not at the expense of human interaction.
COO Bo Davis discusses how he uses technology to keep employees engaged.
Sean Kennedy, CEO of Cowboy Chicken, discusses how he's growing his 22-unit brand.
Millennials have changed the way Mazzio's trains employees.
Employee training was one of the most talked about topics at the Restaurant Franchise Innovation Summit 2017 in Dallas. The most important thing I heard, repeatedly by several restaurant executives was, "We are moving from training with manuals to video-based employee training because this is how employees want to learn."
Matt Hood, CMO of Habit Burger Grill, chats with Tim Tang about what it takes to expand a regional concept nationwide.
The president of Focus Brands sums up his views on the state of the restaurant industry.
Jordy Patano, shown right, digital marketing manager of Pita Pit, dishes on the chain's digital strategy in an interview with Hughes' Tim Tang.
Freebirds' VP of Marketing Erin Levzow talks with Hughes' Tim Tang about the importance of mobile for both the business and the customer.
Connecting shoppers and associates delivers cutting-edge capabilities.
The Hughes Branch Gateways—the HR4400 and HR4700— were developed to offer varying performance and feature sets to better meet the diverse needs of the distributed enterprise.
The convenience-store industry has an immense opportunity to "surprise and delight" the customer. The steady emergence of new solutions, such as location-based marketing and mobile payments, keep the race for leadership in customer experience fresh and competitive.
A framework to help restaurant operators bridge the gap between vision and reality.
Carin Stutz, president of McAlister’s Deli, and Ricardo Belmar, of Hughes, discuss business strategy at the 2015 Fast Casual Executive Summit.