Chili's Grill & Bar, Firehouse Subs & Panera Bread awarded top honors for innovation at the annual Restaurant Executive Summit.
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.
Networked devices and a bevy of data will reshape the next-generation kitchen. HT takes a look at three key areas, including IoT, analytics and real-time ordering, that are ripe for adoption in the kitchen.
Panasonic recently finished the acquisition of a 51 percent share of QSS, creator of the Clearview web-based solution.
The New Orleans landmark improved its daily accounting operations, reduced costs and increased efficiency with Compeat.
Restaurants that rely on POS forecasts to create labor schedules typically reduce costs by 2-4 percent.
In a Q&A with Spartan Computer Services, HT gathers guidance on how to best plan and implement kitchen display systems. Sponsored
Coastal Hotels selected Execuvue Enterprise Business Intelligence and Targetvue Budgeting and Forecasting; Margaritaville Resort will install Aptech’s Profitvue Enterprise Financial Accounting.
The 'digital log book in the cloud' replaces hand-written notes as a means to communicate between staff, departments and management.
Since implementing Compeat Advantage back office and accounting software, alongside its Aloha POS system, the restaurant company has reduced its food and beverage costs by two to three percent.