FS/TEC 2009, held February 4-7, offers attendees a glimpse at some of the newest technology releases for the foodservice market. Couldn't make it to the convention? Hospitality Technology offers this round-up of some of biggest announcements that you missed from the show.
QSR Automations showcases solutions that help restaurants create more guest traffic, with online call ahead features, online reservation solutions and quoting software for carryout orders at FS/TEC 2009.
Qdoba and zpizza will utilize Exit41's specialty call center solution to process catering, takeout and delivery orders in an effort to increase sales, save labor and improve the overall customer experience.
HotSchedules will showcase its full suite of labor management and employee scheduling solutions at FS/TEC 2009 including the Core, Team, Workforce, and Enterprise packages.
Omni Hotels completes the two-Way interface between the Rainmaker Group's revenue management system and Omni's central reservation system.
Designed for the restaurant industry, Servinity is a new website that allows operators to search for, hire and manage employees through its scheduling social network application.
The Table Genie is a push-for-service solution that allows restaurant guests to page waiters and waitresses when in need of service, resulting in quicker table turns.
Trump Hotel Las Vegas plans to implement a full suite of solutions from Agilysys, including property management, point-of-sale and inventory procurement systems.
Cabot Creamery's 60,000 square foot warehouse will utilize RedPrairie Corporation's warehouse management solution to ship 450,000 pounds of cheese per day.
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