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Focused on Growth

11/1/2005
At the recent Restaurant Executive Summit leaders of growth-oriented restaurants convened for a two-day conclave on strategies to continue to drive growth. While the impetus was a full-slate of sessions, bringing together leading analysts, industry leaders and colleagues, the focus of most attendees was on networking.

Hear and Now

11/1/2005
These days hospitality providers are swimming in an alphabet soup of acronyms, what with guests demanding everything from Wi-Fi to DSL Internet access.

Money in the Bank

11/1/2005
In the hospitality industry, a hotel operator traditionally publishes a property's rates in only one currency, usually that of the host country.

Hotels Run with HSIA

11/1/2005
The transition to a converged network has important implications for the hospitality industry. A converged network can drive down costs by eliminating the need to install and support multiple infrastructures such as HDTV, HSIA, telephone, energy management, access control, CCTV, building management, paging, minibar and life safety systems.

The Power of Time

11/1/2005
Scheduling a hospitality workforce has become a costly nightmare, especially for those with changing service requirements.

Turning the Tables

11/1/2005
It's a Saturday evening and it looks like everyone in town decided to eat at your restaurant. This is great for business, but why did everyone show up at the same time?

Guest Work

10/1/2005
Culver's makes guest happiness its priority

Building the Brand

10/1/2005
Loyal guests are a key component to staying afloat in the hospitality industry. Hotel and restaurant operators are increasingly taking notice and using the latest tools and technology to not only build a better understanding of who their loyal guests are,
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2014 Restaurant Executive Summit
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