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Tried-and-true paging technology not only can help improve operations, it can improve the bottom line as well.
This executive brief offers a glimpse into the first ever edition of the QSR State of the Industry report. The report contains the full results of our exclusive survey of over 300 quick service operators, touching on topics ranging from workforce to business strategy, from food and beverage trends to sales and marketing.
This infographic explains why going digital is good for customers and great for restaurants.
Mobile innovations continue to grow at a staggering pace and to win the game, your brand's mobile app is going to need more than just a menu, nutritional information and restaurant locations.
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With restaurant operators increasingly dependent on the Internet to run their businesses, having a way to cope with network outages is critical.
A look at some of the most popular mobile apps consumers are using when dining out.
Informational applications can influence the customer experience.
Data collection helps restaurants increase ticket averages, manage inventory and enhance limited-time offerings.
ROI, enhancing the customer experience and sales analytics all make a case for deployment.
A survey of quick-service and fast casual restaurant operators revealed the top benefits they get from digital menu board systems.
Moving to the cloud can help a restaurant operator gain control of IT costs and improve productivity.
Spending less initially on workforce management solutions may end up costing a restaurant operator more in the long run.
Miami Management used video cameras at the point of sale to improve accuracy and speed up drive-thru times.
Investing in a workforce management solution now can help operators avoid costly headaches in the future.
QSRs are laying the foundation for future franchise expansion by launching company-owned stores in new markets.
Digital technology allows operators to move beyond static advertising to create a dynamic messaging system.
Operators should consider the brand's image and marketing services as well as their own assets and qualifications.
Computerizing records, maintaining accuracy and simplifying ordering can save a restaurant time and money.
Restaurant operators now have the ability to combine a restaurant's scheduling application with text messaging to cover shortfalls in the schedule.