Digital signage in the restaurant industry is fast becoming the rule rather than the exception. Many brands have updated their digital menu boards in-store, and the next iteration — outdoor digital displays — is well underway.
If you’re a multi-unit restaurant chain thinking about making the switch from static to digital menus you’ve got a lot to think about. Most people think digital menus are just about the hardware (screens and players) but the reality is you have to think about the software.
In this first of a three-part series, we take a closer look at the chain that claims it's inventing a new restaurant sector that combines speed and quality into an idea that some industry analysts say the market is clamoring for.
When the FDA issues its Notice of Availability for menu labeling guidelines later this month, pizza restaurateurs across the U.S. will have one year to get all their ingredients analyzed and on the menu.
Check out some of the best work from WAND's Digital Menu Boards award-winning creative services team. From succulent chicken to mouth-watering burgers, WAND's creative team works hard to create amazing Digital Menu Boards that increase average ticket size and incite last-minute purchases.
Digital signage is becoming increasingly common in both quick service and fast casual restaurants, so for this month's "Ask the experts" feature, we asked Jeff Pinc, director of food services for Panasonic, 'Have digital menu boards reached critical mass?'
At the start of 2014, I was heavily anticipating the final FDA menu labeling regulations and its subsequent impact on the restaurant industry. While it took longer than expected for the FDA to make its ruling, I am thrilled that...
The retail food industry depends on suggestive selling and upselling, according to restaurant franchisee and digital signage provider Ernest Koury, and when you have disinterested employees, no one is there to protect your brand. Digital signage mitigates the impact of undertrained or overwhelmed front line employees.