Restaurant Wi-Fi Primer: Network Design & Optimization

2/26/2014 2:00:00 PM (EST)
60 mins HT’s latest research indicates that restaurants are planning to increase their IT budgets in 2014, and investments in networks and telecom are one category that’s steadily on the rise. A well-designed Wi-Fi network, such as the one Boston Market is currently deploying, can allow restaurants to roll out a variety of enterprise applications, ranging from mobile POS to networked kitchen tools, and can also draw in customer traffic. Indeed, experts agree that consumers are beginning to expect Wi-Fi access when dining out, and not offering such connectivity could be a detractor for your business.

Join Hospitality Technology, Boston Market, Spartan Computer Services, and Airtight Networks for this educational web seminar on how to leverage Wi-Fi to improve operations and enhance service.

Highlights include:
  • Network design tips and considerations
  • Common installation pitfalls to avoid
  • Leveraging the network for enterprise use
  • Controlling customer traffic
  • Measuring ROI for your install

Abigail Lorden, Editor-in-Chief, Hospitality Technology

Ed Eissenstat, Senior Director of Systems Operations, Boston Market Corporation
Joe Cruz Network Engineer, Boston Market Corporation
Tim O’Connor, Professional Services Manager, Spartan Computer Services
Kevin McCauley, Director, Retail Market Development, Airtight Networks

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