Kitchen display systems are helpful for speeding up the back of house process.

What Are the Benefits of Kitchen Display Systems?

Restaurateurs know the pain of operating with razor-thin profit margins, and any potential place where cost or productivity savings can be made are worth their weight in gold. While on the hunt for cost-cutting solutions for your restaurant, the basics of operating a restaurant must prevail: accurate service, high-quality meals, low wait times, and satisfied…

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Point of sale security is paramount for data protection.

Point of Sale Security Tips to Keep Your Data Safe

Data security is critical given the volume of PII and transaction data being collected and stored by businesses. Any security breach, no matter how big or small, can tarnish your reputation and turn away customers. It happens everywhere, such as the loyalty program information breach Panera endured in the spring of 2018. Data breaches are…

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Fire & Hold, Embedded Barcodes, and Camera Scanner

Fire & Hold for Full-Service Restaurants Orchestrating the dance between your patrons at the table, your servers, and your kitchen is a production often hidden behind the curtain.  Restauranteurs know this all too well: making sure dishes are served together, in a timely fashion and to the guests’ specifications is vital to pas de deux…

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Restaurant self-ordering systems can greatly boost efficiency.

Are Restaurant Self-Ordering Systems the Future?

Restaurateurs face a growing field of challenges with every meal they serve. Costs continue to rise in the form of insurance, products and supplies, and wages, putting a dent into already slim profit margins. According to industry consulting firm BDO, business margins for QSRs and restaurants are around 10%, with food costs accounting for 35%…

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Preparing for Easter brunch doesn't have to be as complex as it sounds.

The Restaurateur’s Guide to Preparing for Easter Brunch

The traditions around the Easter holiday have always included spending time with family and friends, and often this means a hearty, comforting Easter brunch. For a restauranteur, however, Easter brunch conjures images of irate families, impatient diners, and a never-ending flow of customers from the moment you open your doors to the second brunch ends.…

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