Three features to seek out in the modern restaurant POS

The restaurant point-of-sale (POS) of today has been advancing by leaps and bounds and new, more compact tablet-based systems appear to be all the rage. Restaurateurs are seeking a POS that can deliver on many fronts, but is also easy to use. What are some of the top things to look for in the POS of today? …Integration, mobile transactions nnd POS ease of use. These are top features.

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Apps help restaurateurs reduce food waste: Tech in the kitchen

Apps and technologies designed to streamline ordering, invoicing, and inventory have exploded in recent years…ease of use and time-saving benefits, restaurant operators have quickly realized that these apps have huge potential to reduce food waste…while saving owners money on wasted food: Orderly, BlueCart.

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Technology finds a sweet spot in D.C. restaurants: RAMW Pre-RAMMYS 2018 Roundtable

At a restaurant roundtable at Church Hall in Georgetown, Washington, D.C., featuring 2018 RAMMY Awards “Restaurateur of the Year” Finalists, a panel of local restaurateurs shared their views on a variety of topics and lessons. At this pre-RAMMY Awards event, sponsored by the Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington (RAMW)….No Wait App…Hank’s App…MarginEdge in Northern Virginia.

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Revel Systems continues to grow on the wings of mobile point-of-sale popularity

Revel Systems, an iPad-based point-of-sale (POS) system company, has seen strong growth due to the growing popularity of mobile POS. As part of an array of advanced solutions, mobile POS is helping restaurateurs access added benefits, including back-of-house integration, a marketing platform and enabling more options for engaging customers.

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The power and future of POS: D.C. Restaurant Tech Summit

At the CohnReznick Restaurant Technology Summit in Washington, D.C., technology heads and restaurant operators shared insights into how point-of-sale (POS) technology is improving restaurant operations…Justin Rosenberg

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Snap Kitchen in spotlight at CohnReznick Restaurant Tech Summit in D.C.

Snap Kitchen, a healthy, prepared-meals chain, was in the spotlight at the Cohn Reznick Technology Summit in Washington, D.C., October 18, 2017, when Jon Carter spoke

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Restaurant delivery helps restaurateurs grow business: culture of convenience

A report by AlixParters dispells the notion that loyalty is a main driver of restaurant tech influencing whether to patronize a restaurant. Instead, 40 percent and 35 percent of consumers say that online ordering and Wi-Fi, respectively, are the main tech-related factors in using a particular restaurant.

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Maximizing the data in your restaurant point-of-sale system

The point-of-sale system in a restaurant one of most-underutilized tools The point-of-sale system is one of the most underutilized tools a restaurant has at its disposal. It’s unfortunate, but true, because depending on the type of system, a restaurant could use it for customer management, weekly marketing, loyalty and more importantly, building a more profitable…

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Food cost, labor cost, increasing food retailer competition big concerns for foodservice operators: L.E.K. report

Labor costs are also of worrisome to foodservice operators, according to the L.E.K. study… Food cost increase is top concern

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Restaurateurs plan 2017 tech spending, more plan local food programs: Survey

An American Express report indicates restaurateurs will spend more on tech… according to the 2017 American Express Restaurant Trade Survey

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Restaurant tech adoption, consumer preferences ambiguous, but opportunities abound

AlixPartners: 42 percent of Millennials see tech as influential in deciding whether to patronize a restaurant…top two technologies for restaurants online ordering and Wi-Fi

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