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Networking In The Big Apple Restaurant Execs Share Ideas for Creating the Ultimate Guest Experience at the Point of Service Summit
For the past three years, Hospitality Technology has published an annual Point of Sale Software Scoreboard with its July/August issue. The Scoreboard is based on results of a survey that asks HT readers and other IT users to evaluate POS software systems on a variety of criteria.
Take a stroll down Lexington Avenue in midtown Manhattan and you might be surprised by your dining options. No longer are you limited to a burger and fries; they've slowly been supplemented by hundreds of fast casual providers offering made-to-order salads, sandwiches, and even more exotic treats like Thai or Mexican. From Cosi to Europa, the goal is quick service in a relaxing atmosphere, and more often than not a healthier alternative.
Fast casual restaurants use POS systems to maintain the speed-service balance
Smooth's Sports Grille has deployed point-of-sale (POS) terminals with integrated fingerprint recognition from NCR Corporation.
Restaurants brave enough to go wireless benefit from the impact of maximum mobility
Make training customized and always available, and your employees will make better use of IT investments
Steven Schiller, chief marketing officer for The Steak n Shake Company and interview subject in this month's cover story, will present the opening keynote address, "Creating the Ultimate Guest Experience," to attendees at the Point of Service Summit on June 13 in New York City.
A new wave of loyalty strategies are making it easier for operators to attract, retain and drive top-line growth