Picture this: You’re craving sushi. You heard about a great new spot a few blocks away from a coworker, and now that the craving has hit, you’re ready to order. You search the name of the restaurant in Google, and
Do guests really care about the restaurant technology? Yes they do. Because indirectly technology improves their experience at the restaurant, making it faster, smoother and more accurate.
If you own a restaurant or bar, one of the most proactive security measures you can take is to install a security camera system. Restaurants and bars often have a higher risk for crime and theft due to high rate of customer flow, extended open hours and high staff turnover rates. In a recent report, statistics revealed that nearly 75% of all restaurant theft is committed by employees, accounting for nearly $6 million in losses for U.S. restaurants per year.
A properly installed security camera system doesn’t just help prevent theft, it can also help protect your business from
Companies have discovered that substantial savings can be had when moving to a VoIP-based phone. However, there are other considerations that must be taken into account – especially from a technical requirement perspective. Knowing how a new phone system will integrate with existing business systems is crucial, and the info below will help you navigate so the transition goes as smoothly as possible.
Frustrated customers aren’t happy customers. Displease your customers one time too many times—and no one can predict if that takes only one time, or multiple times—and they probably won’t return to your establishment. When checkout lines are too long, when store shelves or displays are in disarray, when it’s seemingly impossible to find someone to answer a simple question—your patrons, who are the lifeblood of your store, will walk out. And wouldn’t you, if you were in their shoes?