Without question, the global COVID-19 pandemic has increased our reliance on mobile and location technology from using public network data to building contact tracing apps to establishi
As restaurants progress from takeout and delivery to outdoor dining and, finally, indoor dining, they are facing up to the fact that the new normal looks nothing like the old normal.
The average American will spend over $1,200 on drive-thru food annually. The value of having a drive-thru has increased tremendously since the onset of the pandemic.
Changes brought on by COVID-19 have forced restaurants to stay in near-constant communication with their customers.
In 2018, an innovative startup named &pizza started using food trucks and heat-mapping technology to launch into Miami.
Nothing has quite impacted America’s hourly workers like COVID-19.
No doubt curbside pickup has emerged as a key service delivery method as a result of COVID.