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The next big thing to hit foodservice is gamification, especially in marketing.
100 million Americans expected to patronize a restaurant for the holiday.
The market will be significantly different just three years from now; you have to change with it.
Technology should be capable of integrating Web and mobile apps, as well as real-time management tools.
Added service provides lift in sales, brand saturation.
The company hopes the promotion will boost online exposure.
ONOSYS launches fully integrated application to supplement primary websites.
Despite the poor economy, pizza franchises are booming, according to a recent report released by Franchisedirect.com. It studied 20 top pizza franchises and found that although independent pizzerias still dominate the pizza market with 51.66 percent of sales and ownership...
If you've read part 1 of this series, you'll probably remember the picture I drew of the typical social media user: A woman, middle-age or approaching it, middle income, with at least some college education. You may also remember my...
More and more Americans order prepared food to go – and eating establishments that cater to this trend are poised for a healthy increase in incremental sales. Are you really ready for carry out? Consumers have a growing appetite for convenience in their lives – and in their eating habits.
Developers of mobile sites and applications weigh in on how to best offer mobile services.
Operators and industry consultants share tips about successfully implementing systems.
Pizza chains offer promotions, expect record-breaking orders for the biggest delivery day of the year.
Cheese up; wheat falls below September's highs.
By Gary Schwartz My mobile pitch has always been "put an M in front": Take existing retail and Consumer Package Goods (CPG) processes like end cap, spiff, coupons, loyalty and POS and put a mobile element in the mix to...
Dan Probert with Country Natural Beef and Tom Grebb from Central Bean Company discuss the farm to fork initiative being taken on by restaurant operators and local suppliers. The movement is supported by Truitt Bros., a provider of shelf-stable foods for the restaurant industry.
Mobile ordering is still in its infancy, but there are guidelines operators can follow to unlock its power.
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