Panera Bread launched its Panera 2.0 concept which sought to have stores rely on fully-integrated technology to speed up and thereby improve the customer experience by removing friction points for ordering, picking up and paying for food. In this interview, Panera's Sr. Vice President and CIO John Meister talks about the technology behind Panera 2.0, including custom-built POS software and the integrations that empowered a faster front-of-house to ramp up production in the back of the house.
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New solutions from WAND aim to accurately confirm orders so drive-thru traffic can move as quickly as possible.
With RTIconnect, restaurants can now submit eOrders to Flowers Foods.
Testing four different marketing vehicles, Subway regional franchisees are using this partnership to jump start its subscriber base for the D.C. market.
Panasonic recently finished the acquisition of a 51 percent share of QSS, creator of the Clearview web-based solution.
POS innovations stole the spotlight in September with tech firm solutions intended to bring a more memorable, secure experience to customers and a more memorable, secure ROI to hospitality businesses.
With new EMV PIN pads and this software upgrade, restaurant operators can also speed up service, offering NFC contactless payment, and digital wallet payment solutions such as Apple Pay and Google Wallet.
Apple Pay and EMV smart card is available to Ziosk casual dining partners beginning in 2016.
With the iPad/iPhone POS app created by a restaurant owner for restaurant owners, ShopKeep intends to expand its overall market share among independents.