Carolina Firehouse: A Success Story

Paul Baity is a food truck owner who is on the go! He shares his story about how he was able to speed up service and move his lines faster by adopting TouchBistro’s iPad POS.

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Sponsor: TouchBistro




Lasaters Coffee: A Success Story

Zack Gates, manager of Lasaters Coffee in Clarksville, TN shares how he was able to streamline his day-to-day operations and easily grow his business with the help of modern restaurant technology.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: TouchBistro




Smart Decision Guide to POS

Everything you need to know about next-generation restaurant point of sale systems and how to select the right one for your business.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: TouchBistro


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Kiosk translates in sign language to assist hard of hearing customers

Juke Slot develops a kiosk that offers sign language for hard of hearing customers, a significant market with special needs. One customer's experience alerted the company to the need.

How payments technologies are changing fast food

Careful consideration of the advantages and disadvantages of each available payments option will enable restaurant owners to find the one that best meets the needs and preferences of their diners.

How self-serve kiosks get the orders rolling at Burger Boss

Burger Boss, a fast casual chain in Southern California, has found self-serve kiosks a great tool for engaging customers in creating their orders and in improving speed, accuracy and overall satisfaction.

4 metrics every restaurant should track

You may be running a well-structured training program for new staff in the hopes that they’ll learn quickly and become more productive, but you might be missing a critical piece in your evaluation of staff growth — the impact new staff are having on sales and profitability.

Are wearables the future of dining out?

Wearables in the food industry can increase in-house communication with the entire staff and elevate the customer service experience, giving you an edge over competitors in an aggressively competitive industry.

UFood Grill using kiosks to get face-to-face with customers

Facial recognition kiosks are the technological highlight of UFood Grill's first stand-alone street location.

How mobile ordering is reinventing the drive-thru experience

Much of the draw of the drive-thru is rooted in speed and convenience; however, recent advancements in technology have created the potential for an even faster, even more seamless drive-thru transaction.

Why your digital ordering platform is failing

Launching digital ordering can seem like an overwhelming project, considering it involves marketing, operations and IT. Poorly executed, it can be devastating to your brand. Done successfully, it can help significantly increase the revenue of your business.

3 tech trends coming off the back burner

While the majority of new technology is often found in the front of house, the real labor is saved where the dirty work takes place — the back of house.

3 technologies restaurants should be running toward, not from

It’s time for restaurant marketers to make some bets on technology.

6 ways technology can conquer 2017's top challenges

One tech experts looks at a few 2017 restaurant technology trends through the lens of the complex issues that today's restaurant brands will face over the next 365 days.

Dickey's CIO: Technology isn't just a tactic

Laura Rae Dickey sat down at the annual 2016 Fast Casual Executive Summit in Data Point, California, to give an inside look at Dickey's technology strategy, which began to take shape in 2008.


Kiosks killing jobs? Current events beg the question, but the facts say otherwise

Several restaurant chains are using kiosks and other technology that allow orders to be placed more rapidly and efficiently. Kiosks are fostering fears about job losses, but in reality, kiosks are serving to reallocate labor from the front to the back of the restaurant and in some cases, add jobs.

Kiosks killing jobs? Current events beg the question, but the facts say otherwise

Several restaurant chains are using kiosks and other technology that allow orders to be placed more rapidly and efficiently. Kiosks are fostering fears about job losses, but in reality, kiosks are serving to reallocate labor from the front to the back of the restaurant and in some cases, add jobs.

Saladworks refreshes brand with innovative technology, featuring Life Bar kiosks

For those who are technology savvy who don't want to sit through a queue, speed is more important than human interaction.

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