Every business likes to run efficiently, save on costs, gain the most out of its resources and optimize operations, but all too often restaurant businesses leave easy money on the table. For example, in the ever-increasing restaurant delivery business, merchants...
HD View Technologies has signed on to install its POS system in all 19 current locations of Pizzafire nationwide. According to the brand's leadership, not only will the new system help the restaurants more efficiently staff, but it also will...
Some restaurateurs think of video surveillance strictly as a tool to investigate incidents of theft and other risks such as slip and falls, but Hideaway Pizza, a 12-restaurant chain based in Tulsa, Oklahoma, thinks of video surveillance more as a critical enabler of operational excellence.
March Networks Searchlight™ for QSR powered by 360iQ is a cloud-based business intelligence platform that helps quick serve restaurant (QSR) owners cut losses from theft, oversee operations, improve service, and increase profits.
Philip and John Bourada, owners of three New York Fries locations in Ottawa, Canada, turn on the computer in their home office first thing every morning to view live video from the March Networks® video surveillance systems in their three food court outlets around the city.
Executives from 17 countries gathered in London for the 2017 Restaurant Franchising & Innovation Summit — Europe last week. The event, produced by Networld Media Group, provided the opportunity for more than 100 restaurant leaders to share advice, success stories and discuss how they moved on from failure.
The potentially brand-ending effects of rumor in the Internet age became painfully evident Sunday when a fake news report connected to Washington D.C's pizzeria, Comet Ping Pong, led to a gunman opening fire. The incident should serve as a lesson as to how and why brands need response plans in place.
Everyone in retail can breathe a little easier today knowing that federal authorities have charged David Benjamin Schrooten, or as he is known in cyber space “Foretezza,” with multiple counts of credit card theft. Allegedly, Schrooten, who is a Dutch national, and his U.S. accomplice, Christopher A.