Paging Power

The simplicity and reliability of paging systems is helping to drive their use far beyond the restaurant waiting line.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Long Range Systems




Kwikee Mart Grows with the Loomis SafePoint® Solution

Kwikee Mart is a small chain of convenience stores throughout California’s San Jose and Napa Valley. When Kwikee Mart Owner Satindar Dhillon started planning for store expansion, he knew they would need a more secure way for owners to transport money from the safe to the bank.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Loomis




Fast Food Operator Cuts Time, Improves Cash Management

After comparing different cash-handling options, Family Foods Inc. deployed Loomis’ SafePoint® solution at ten Taco Bell locations in December 2006. This immediately and dramatically changed the way they handled money, and they soon installed SafePoint in their remaining locations in 2007.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: Loomis


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FEATURES


In pictures: Global restaurant execs in London: Part 1

Executives from 17 countries gathered in London for the 2017 Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summit — Europe last week. The event, produced by Networld Media Group, provided the opportunity for more than 100 restaurant leaders to share advice, success stories and discuss how they moved on from failure.

NRA 2017 in photos: Editors share top highlights

The editors of FastCasual, Pizza Marketplace, QSRWeb and Food Truck Operator share some highlights from the 2017 NRA show in Chicago.

Technavio names Top 5 food-delivery services

Technavio's latest research names the Top 5 players in home delivery worldwide, as well as some of the major market forces.

Breakfast or a snack? Study says consumers see both the same way

America is fast becoming a nation of snackers and a new study indicates that the trend starts with breakfast.


The leadership of Ray Kroc to drive catering sales

I have been reading a lot about Ray Kroc these days. As I dig deeper into his story, I become more fascinated with his meticulous attention to detail.

Street food: Urban foraging

“Lilly, get over here – she just got that blue box from the garage, where are you?” Teddy yelled – she was always a bit bossy toward Lilly. And it wasn’t as if she had far to look as they lived together in a 24” x 30” space with a corner tarp for tunneling.

What’s the Five Guys mystique?

A year ago, Market Force conducted a survey and asked consumers to tell us their favorite fast casual restaurant, and why they nominated them. And we did it again in June of this year.

Frozen = Fresh?

I don’t consider myself a complainer of any sort. When you’re in the business, you should have sympathy for the operational challenges faced by all restaurants.

Schlotzsky's changes service model

In an effort to enhance the brand experience, the sandwich chain is beefing up service and operational procedures.

New payment options increase efficiency

How pay-at-the table, mobile tablet solutions are changing the check-out line.

Hamburgers: Not just for drive-thrus anymore

The fast-casual burger concept hasn't exactly taken off like the bakery café segment, but the American tradition may be set to grow.

2006 restaurant show wraps up

The 2006 National Restaurant Hotel & Motel Show offered big-time speakers and trendsetting technologies. Even if you attended, you probably didn't see everything.   

Selecting a restaurant consultant

The right consultant can improve your restaurant, but the wrong one can cost you money.   

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