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The CEOs of Groupon's Breadcrumb and PeachWorks discuss how their technology can help restaurants and retailers stay relevant.
#CONNECTsummit14 included mobile innovation leaders from across the spectrum: tech, restaurant, retail.
Operators can now pull real-time data and sales forecasts to better control labor scheduling.
Rich Ventura of NEC Display Solutions demos the company's new touchscreen digital signage kiosks that many restaurants are using to showcase their LEED certification info.
Heartland Payments' SmartLink unveiled a new food safety monitoring system at the National Restaurant Association Show last month. The system monitors cooler temperatures and alerts operators of any temperature discrepancies or compliance issues. It helps prevent food loss and streamline operations, according to Jim Ealy.
Star's Jon Levin explains to Cherryh Butler, editor of fastcasual.com, how its new series of mobile printers can help retail and restaurant staff quickly checkout or serve customers.
Michael Hagan, COO of LevelUp, discusses the company's mobile payment and loyalty app during the 2012 NRA Show. The app is the second largest of its kind geared toward the restaurant industry.
PeopleMatter founder Nate DaPore, and Marley Hodgson, founder of Mad Greens, discuss the PeopleMatter HR SaaS solution. In February, PeopleMatter also launched its Scheduling module, which enables labor forecasting and communication among restaurant employees.
Speedline Solutions and eThor Media announced their partnership during the 2012 NRA Show. The partnership allows restaurant operators to manage their entire digital footprint from one dashboard and is integrated with the Speedline POS solution.
Noah Glass, founder of web-based online ordering provider OLO, discusses online ordering trends during the 2012 NRA Show in Chicago.
Revel Systems CEO and co-founder Lisa Falzone demonstrates the company's iPad ordering system during the 2012 NRA Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show in Chicago.
David Jones, CEO of Blazing Onion Burger Company, installed kiosks to help bust lines and improve guest satisfaction. He shared those observations and others at the Fast Casual Executive Summit 2011.
Patrick Renna from fast-casual concept Boloco advocates providing prospective employees with a tablet to fill out a job application. Here's why.
Brad Cyprus, from Vendor Safe Technologies, and Jeremy Gibeault, of Firehouse Subs, share take-aways from their Fast Casual Executive Summit session on the importance and strategies of PCI compliance.
Advances in technology and lower prices have allowed more operators to adopt biometrics as part of their loss prevention plans.
Thinking Foods believes it has developed the ultimate solution for dough that comes out right, every time.
nClosure spokesman Dan McCain and Poslavu's Travis Kellerman discuss the challenges and benefits of employing iPads as self-service devices.
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