Tablets in the Restaurant: Lessons from an Early Adopter and How to Leverage Your Mobile "Things"

5/6/2014 11:00:00 AM (EST)
60 mins Connected devices, systems and a variety of “things” are changing the way restaurants operate, driving efficiencies, and creating new opportunities to collect and leverage data to improve the customer experience. By connecting the things that matter most to your restaurant, you can create big impact with small changes. The Internet of Things starts with your things.

The process of leveraging the Internet of Things starts with the right technology coupled with a well-designed rollout. One of the latest solutions — a collaboration between Microsoft, MICROS and Intel — leverages the affordability of consumer tablets and the robust capabilities of enterprise point-of-sale software. When implemented with the future in mind, this type of technology is an entry point to intelligent and connected restaurant operations.

This web seminar brings together industry executives who will cover all of these areas – mobile management lessons from an early adopter, an overview of the Microsoft/ MICROS /Intel solution, and insight into how to take advantage of the Internet of Things trend.

HIGHLIGHTS:

  • Lessons from an early adopter: Habit Burger shares tips for how to roll out and manage mobile devices, including solution selection, integration, security and ongoing management.
  • Next generation tablet: an exclusive look at the mobile tablet collaboration between Microsoft, Intel and MICROS that blends low-cost hardware with enterprise-grade capabilities.
  • Making the most of mobile: Learn how to develop an Internet of Your Things. Connect the devices you already have or add new ones to enhance your business processes.

Moderator:
Abigail Lorden, Editor-in-Chief, Hospitality Technology

Panelists:
Mike Repetti, VP of IT, Habit Burger
John Coyne, Sr. Business Evangelist, Microsoft
Mike Russo, SVP & CTO, MICROS

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