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From my current role as Revel’s Chief Strategy Officer, I am very familiar with the latest developments in point of sale (POS) technology. Not only that, but I’ve had an opportunity to witness major changes in the POS space throughout my career. In this blog post, I’ll leverage those insights to...Read More
How to Start a Restaurant If food is your passion, there’s a chance you’ve thought about how to start a restaurant business. Food is an excellent concept for a business: though certain trends come and go, the desire to have great food and share it with other people is a timeless human tradition....
Restaurants depend heavily on the loyalty of their patrons. Since people tend to pay attention to how much they're paying for their food, changing menu prices is a dangerous game for restaurants. That’s why dynamic pricing in restaurants hasn’t been common in the past.
At first glance, it may seem obvious what customers value about restaurants: good food, a pleasant environment, and reasonable prices. There's no arguing that these are the primary features of customer value management, but your customer base may value other things about your restaurant;...
There's no question that a lot of work and energy goes into making a kitchen run. As employees become more difficult to find, it's natural to automate where possible. Restaurants are used to delivery apps and online ordering, so why not see what technology can do for kitchen efficiency as well?
Open to Buy Planning Explained If you run a retail business, you know there are many moving parts to track. Not only do you need to manage your business, you also need to develop thorough plans for it.
Cash wraps are a combination of practicality and psychology in retail. The correct execution of the cash wrap counter can increase sales and make or break the customer experience.
Most restaurants in America are struggling to fill their staff openings right now. The labor shortage is crippling restaurants, forcing them to cut hours, close dining rooms, and in the most serious cases, even go out of business.
There was a time when all a restaurant needed in order to attract new customers and keep them interested (aside from a great product) was a menu and a sign. This is no longer the case. Restaurants depend on a variety of channels, including social media, websites, and other technology to compete in...