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Online ordering, and mobile ordering in particular, is no longer simply a nice add-on for consumers,it's an expectation.
It's a race to the top for both fast casuals and QSRs latching on to the potential digital ordering can offer.
Restaurants are beginning to integrate various technologies that are allowing them to achieve greater efficiencies.
Restaurants are discovering the power of leveraging apps, loyalty programs and games to engage customers and drive traffic.
Themes for 2015 include customization, freshness and mobile ordering/payments.
Despite a number of headwinds such as high cheese and beef prices and labor pressures, many operators remain optimistic for 2015.
Changes include new crusts, drizzles, toppings, uniforms, website and more.
The company remains bullish on North China and is focused on shifting its marketing and menu strategies to support growth in the market.
Millennials are accustomed to technology and like a sensory experience – to touch and feel things – and kiosks give them that opportunity.
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Domino's is offering free pizzas for every no-hitter through the end of the Major League Baseball season.
Apex has rolled out a new self-serve restaurant kiosk to allow on-the-go consumers to order from any device and pick up and pay for their food at the kiosk.
Grotto Pizza's loyalty platform has helped the beach chain drive traffic during the off-peak.
Fast casual, according to the research, is the most likely restaurant category to report mobile ordering, at 1 percent of the segment's total traffic.
Classic Chicago Gourmet Pizza partnered with Click4Corp, a web design company based in Plano, Texas, to develop its new website.
Papa Murphy's announces new partnerships to fight hunger, provide nutrition information and expand its Southeast presence.
ChowNow updated restaurant clients' ordering apps to include Google Wallet as of today at no additional cost.
It's not surprising that today's restaurant consumer expects restaurants to offer technologies which make the dining experience as frictionless as possible, and prefers restaurants whose offerings support what's important to them.
Louisville, Kentucky-based Papa John's Pizza is offering free pizza in celebration of Super Bowl Sunday.
San Francisco-based SpoonRocket, an on-demand meal delivery startup, has announced that it now accepts Bitcoin as a form of payment.
Ziosk, provider of ordering, entertainment and pay-at-the table tablets, or tabletop kiosks, announced it has successfully installed tablets at restaurants across all 50 states with its most recent deployment in Wyoming.
The deal marks restaurant search app Zomato's entrance into North America. Zomato is now active in 22 countries.
Baltimore-based OrderUp has hired former AOL SVP of Corporate Development Michael Smith as its new VP of Corporate and Business Development. The move will support OrderUp's growth. According to a news release, OrderUp's order and delivery volume has recently increased...
Uncle Maddio's Pizza Joint will launch a new IT strategy in Q1 aimed at improving customer engagement and franchisee satisfaction.
Company claims to be the first online ordering system to offer the new payment technology.
Online ordering has grown exponentially in recent years as consumers increasingly turn to their mobile devices and computers for quick, convenient order placing. Larger chains are starting to see digital sales reach 40-plus percent and are pushing the ever-changing platform through various promotions.