The new digital storefront expands the Louisiana-based chain's commitment to providing fast and friendly service for guests looking to eat outside the restaurant.
Customers can now track their order from the time it is taken, to when it is placed in the oven and ready for carryout or delivery.
Vacation rental suppliers and their employees using the application will have full LeisureLink functionality, but with the added flexibility and visibility to manage the business remotely and see how the properties are performing 24/7 on a smartphone or tablet.
The pros and cons of offering free Wi-Fi and its effect on a restaurant's bandwidth, the use of KDS versus Kitchen Printers, Cloud POS and all-in-one restaurant support solutions were the subject of debate at MURTEC 2015.
Equally suited for a single restaurant or global franchise, the new add-on simplifies timecard adjustments, punch records and payroll aggregation for HR, managers and employees.
Findings in the 2015 NCR restaurant technology survey also highlight the challenges and which solutions are considered critical.
The combined solution was created to allow restaurant operators to not only safely collect data at the point of sale, but also leverage that data for increased profitability and competitive edge.
The property attributes millions of dollars in revenue to Digital Alchemy's email strategies; it has seen the $20,000-$30,000 in revenue from typical campaigns jump to $100,000-$150,000 with Digital Alchemy's best practices.
The new version allows additional data, including reservation modifications and cancellations, to now be automatically retrieved, resulting in a more efficient and accurate process.
The restaurant brand plans to deploy PAR's Brink POS software, PAR EverServ POS terminals, PAR Mobile Tablet 10s, along with PAR software delivery and maintenance services chain-wide to 1,200 restaurants across North America.