Wendy's/Arby's Group, Qdoba Top List of MURTEC Speakers

| January 27, 2009

Now entering its 14th year, Hospitality Technology's Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference (MURTEC) is a must-attend event that offers operators and vendors alike, three days of unique peer-to-peer networking and informational opportunities. Known for its insightful special session presentations, this year's conference will likewise feature an array of notable speakers who will share insights on how to leverage emerging technology to solve some of the industry's largest roadblocks. Keynote presentations include the following:

  • Emerging Technologies: Don Zimmerman, SVP and CIO for the Wendy's/Arby's Group will share how emerging technologies affect and shape guest expectations plus their potential application in the foodservice industry.
  • Innovation Management: Jonathan Bridges, VP / Information Technology & CIO, Chick-fil-A Inc. will address the role that innovation plays in organizations along with successful execution strategies and correlating issues.
  • Conquering PCI: Bill McMillan, Vice President of IT with Qdoba Mexican Grill will discuss the primary roadblocks that stand in the way of PCI compliance and offer valuable insights for overcoming them to create a secure payment environment
  • Innovation and the Franchisee: Brad Sheriff, Vice President of Brand Technology, Sonic Drive-In will close out the conference with his analysis of how innovation specifically relates to franchisee interests.

"The keynote speakers and panel discussions are excellent," says Tom Janus, VT of information technology for Cosi Inc. and MURTEC 2008 speaker. "You will always walk away with several gold nuggets of information that will help enable your business."

MURTEC 2009 will be held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 9-11. For more information on speakers or to attend the event, click
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