OSI Restaurant Partners complete the installation of HotSchedules' Enterprise Edition restaurant workforce management and labor scheduling solution across its portfolio of restaurants.
Management for Swissotel Chicago achieves its inventory cost reduction goals with a 3 percent drop liquor costs following the implementation of a RFID-based beverage tracker system from Capton.
Goldco LLC, a top 100 Burger King franchisee, deploys Aloha Point of Sale and MenuLink back office solutions in all Alabama, Georgia and Florida restaurants.
Guestline's new direct connection links Roomlynx to Superbreak.com to enable hotels to manage online rates, inventory and availability directly from their Guestline or Rezlynx PMS.
Setai San Diego will utilize multiple UniFocus solutions to collect reliable business intelligence about its associates, guests and meeting planners.
Viva McDonald's debuts on the Las Vegas Strip and features an array of media rich technology solutions with the aim of providing a unique and fun dining experience for its guests.
nowHIRE is first applicant tracking system vendor to offer paperless I-9 compliance technology with an E-Verify component for streamlined and automated employee onboarding, management, verification, immigration tracking and legal document storage.
Research conducted by the Cornell Center for Hospitality Research highlights the direct correlation between workforce scheduling practices and employee job satisfaction. Operators turn to technology to promote keep employees happy and boost guest return visits.
As the end of a tumultuous 2008 draws near, the majority of hospitality operators are looking for ways to cut costs, curb waste, and coax consumers into their doors. What many may not have considered is that one of their heaviest pieces of artillery in the battle against a downturned economy is their point of sale systems. Hospitality Technology puts a focus on POS trends, functions and releases to find out what exactly this system can do to help restaurants sell more and spend less in 2009.
Hotels fight the battle against workforce miscommunication with six system trends that are efficient and undetectable by guests. Text massaging, Blackberry-type devices and WiFi connectivity top the list.