The Senate passes a bill to postpone the upcoming transition from analog to digital television broadcasting by four months to June 12, reports Joelle Tessler of the Associated Press.
Keynote speakers from Wendy's/Arby's Group, Qdoba Mexican Gill and more will address the role that emerging technology plays in the restaurant industry at Hospitality Technology's 14th MURTEC, March 9-11 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Following successful trials in London, the UK's largest hotel chain, Premier Inn will launch its first set of self-service check in kiosks at its St Mary's Gate, Sheffield location.
Available for U.S. subscribers, Readyping is a restaurant paging system that sends waiting guests text messages to notify them when their table is ready.
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.
Despite a challenging hotel industry forecast, management for Hospitality Ventures predicts success by leveraging an ASP-based corporate sales and catering software system to monitor property performance and hotel sales activity.
Cvent's Professional Services Group is a turnkey consultation program that provides operators with hands-on assistance and strategic consultation services for surveys and data analysis.
With the February 17th date to push the television signal switch from analog to digital fast approaching, Americans may get an extension. The bill to push the transition date to June 12 gains momentum as Senate Republicans sign on board, reports Chloe Albanesius of PCMAG.com.
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.
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.