LRS provides simple messaging and tracking solutions that streamline operations. Solutions include guest and staff paging, location tracking, and performance measurement.Visit company showcase »
The Pita Post has two trucks; one that rotates positions, and another that is located year-round in a local Detroit food truck park. Sasson purchased an LRS guest paging system for his stationary truck at the park, saying it is “one of the best calls” he ever made.
In 2012, Tutta’s Pizza started as a food truck bringing made-from-scratch pizzas topped with slow-smoked meats to Dallas crowds. Tutta’s has been a long-time user of the LRS Guest Paging system and LRS is proud to be a part of their journey.
Cloud-based sensor technology is making it easy for restaurant managers to stay aware of a variety of operational issues and be immediately notified if there’s a problem.
Lunch hour is one of the few times of the day workers can relax and recharge their minds. The challenge for restaurant operators is finding ways to maximize that time.
Andy Alligator's Fun Park was founded in 2007 as a family entertainment center. In 2015, Owner Kyle Allison bought LRS guest pagers for their onsite fast-casual restaurant, Andy's Cafe & Pizzeria.
Jerry Built Homegrown Burgers was founded in 2009 when CEO and President Chad Glauser's father, Jerry, encouraged him to start a business in fast-casual dining. The mission of Jerry Built is to make food that tastes great, with integrity. They serve the freshest, all-natural ingredients sourced from sustainable, local farmers and ranchers.
Operators are facing high turnover rates and new regulatory pressures, making the task of managing labor costs increasingly more difficult. There are steps those operators can take to make the challenge easier to manage.
New technologies appear on the market on a daily basis, but there are plenty of existing applications that can help operators deliver a superior experience.
Tried-and-true paging technology not only can help improve operations, it can improve the bottom line as well.
The benefits of table tracking systems may not always be easy to see, but they can provide a significant boost to the bottom line.
The simplicity and reliability of paging systems is helping to drive their use far beyond the restaurant waiting line.
This paper takes a closer look at how changing consumer sentiments and expectations gave rise to the star that is fast casual, and how it continues siphoning market share away from quick service and casual dining.
Austin-based Mighty Fine Burgers is a counter-service fast casual restaurant unlike any ordinary burger joint. As a winner of the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, Mighty Fine Burgers strives for excellence beyond speedy service and just serving any regular burger.
Zankou Chicken is a mediterranean fast casual concept that began as a small family-owned business on a street corner in Lebanon in 1962. The restaurant serves healthy foods using high-quality proteins and locally sourced produce, and are known throughout Southern California for their family recipes.
With the introduction of Labriola's fresh and new concept, operations manager Edwin Arreola wanted to take a different approach to food delivery than the usual table numbers. Arreola wanted to find a way to manage the rush and ensure food delivery and operations would run smoothly.
Popular fast casual restaurant Fuddruckers prides themselves on creating the best and freshest burgers for their customers. Texas-based franchise owner David Futrell owns nine locations and has operated for over 10 years under a promise to deliver his guests only the best burgers on freshly baked buns.
Table Tracker is a table location system that helps fast-casual restaurants identify where guests are sitting. Instead of number cards, guest are given wireless Trackers that send the guest’s location to a kitchen display, effectively eliminating the need for food runners to search for guests.
The Challenge- Alondra Hot Wings shared the same challenges as any busy restaurant: How to efficiently manage the flow of customers through a busy waiting area while seating guests in a timely fashion.
The Challenge - When guests order a custom pizza or non-buffet menu item at Pizza Ranch, it has to be delivered to their table in time for them to enjoy it with their buffet items. Pizza Ranch was using number cards at the tables to direct food runners to where to deliver these orders.
Technology is no longer a novelty in the food service industry. It’s the key to survival and success. According to the recently released National Restaurant Association report “Restaurant Industry 2020: A Snapshot of the Future."