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Now that the U.S. is nearly two months into the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurant owners and managers are taking a step back to say “now what?” as they begin to plan the future of their organizations. Without a doubt, social distancing guidelines put in place by the CDC have forced many restaurants and eateries across the...

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No matter how you look at it, technology has seemingly taken over all aspects of our lives, from how we get our news and weather reports, how we order pizza, and even how we schedule oil changes for our vehicles. Business operations across various industries are not immune to the technology takeover either. Restaurant and...

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Profit margin: the ever-present metric looming over retailers everywhere.  It’s a constant battle to shave off costs and increase revenue to keep that number ever-growing without sacrificing quality and customer service. For a sustainable plan on improving your bottom line, look for solutions that allow you to operate more efficiently. Here are four different ways...

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Historically low unemployment, new minimum wage laws, and increasing labor competition are all contributing to rising restaurant labor costs. However, there are some steps restaurants can take to counter those cost increases, and one of the best strategies is using mobile technologies. In this article, we take a look at a few ways mobile devices...

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Rising food costs, increased competition, sluggish industry growth, a diminished talent pool, minimum wage hikes – it feels like the deck is stacked against the hospitality industry right now. Restaurant owners and managers are feeling the pressure from all sides and profit margins are being put under a microscope. Shaving off precious percentage points on...

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Time is running out on the Windows Embedded mobile operating system, and many companies are in the process of migrating from Windows to Android on their mobile devices. If you still haven’t developed your migration plan, now is the time to get started. Microsoft support has already ended for most versions of Windows Embedded, and...

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