The 19th annual MURTEC boasted a record number of 630+ food service and technology executives on site to meet for three days of valuable networking and idea sharing. This year's program was built around the 3.0 concept: "Restaurants 3.0: Keeping Pace with Rapid Innovation." Here HT recaps just a few of the many highlights from MURTEC 2014.
Quick Service Restaurant Holdings has selected MICROS Simphony for its three Australian brands.
Technomic expands online brand tracking program to include retail foodservice providers.
TransAct Technologies has released new fully-integrated terminal that helps reduce waste and improve food prep.
Panera plans an enhanced customer experience powered by technology.
FX4B, LLC, selects RTIconnect as its comprehensive back-office system across 50 units.
HRI chooses Aptech citing easy-to-use property performance reports, automated multi-property and multi-system data gathering, cost effective hosted implementation.
Restaurants can now receive electronic invoices for liquor, beer and wine from distributors.
Through new partnership, mutual restaurant customers can electronically interface invoices information from invoice system to accounting system.
Red Book Connect has release the first mobile training app available for iOS and Android with single sign on.