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In today’s retail environment, with increasing percentages of sales online, brick-and-mortar stores need to improve their in-store customer experiences in order to stay competitive. It may be time for you to evaluate how retail technology can provide you with new ways to engage customers and accomplish your business goals. Here are the top three retail...

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It’s been like a slow-moving locomotive just pulling out of a station but pay at the table technology adoption at fine dining and quick service restaurants is inching forward. New payment methods like EMV, mobile wallets, and contactless payments are inciting restauranteurs to action but not at the pace the credit card companies expected in...

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Restaurant labor costs are big problem for restaurants of all types and sizes and with competition for good employees, labor regulations, minimum wage bumps and healthcare costs, they’ll continue to keep increasing. According to the National Restaurant Association, in 2016 sales per employee averaged $58,000. Compare that to the grocery industry that averages $232,000 in...

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79% of diners agree that restaurant technologies make their dining experience better (Source: Toast 2016 Restaurant Technology Report) With labor, operations, supply chains, and food safety compliance issues getting more complicated, restaurants need technology to help control their operations, protect profit margins and create memorable customer experiences that distinguish their restaurants from...

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