7-Eleven, Inc. is launching a line of electronic accessories benchmarked for quality against top national brands.
Branch and Delaget announced a partnership to provide restaurant operators with a new tool for attracting and retaining hourly employees, at no cost to them.
Tillster, a global leader in digital ordering and engagement solutions for restaurants, published the results from its 2019 Online and Mobile Ordering Index.
Moe’s Southwest Grill said Wednesday it’s going to become the first brand in the Mexican fast casual space to open an all-digital, kiosk-only location.
As we enter a new decade, the industry barrels toward increased technology, a smaller, older workforce, and some seismic shifts caused by not-so-futuristic disruptors.
Delivery, drive thru, and online ordering continue to gain steam.
Waitr, a leading on-demand restaurant delivery service, announced an expanded partnership with Dickey’s Barbecue Pit.
The future for restaurants is mobile.
It is an underutilized yet uniquely impactful way for brands to meet consumers authentically.
When it comes down to it, loyalty programs are only successful if they provide benefits that customers actually want.
Following their July 2019 merger, HotSchedules and Fourth, two of the leading technology providers to the restaurant and hospitality industries, announced the go-to-market brand in the United State
Paytronix Systems, Inc. announced FEEDback, a new module in Paytronix Order & Delivery designed to help store managers measure and mediate interactions with guests who place orders online.
Fountain, the recruiting platform for gig and hourly workers, announced the closing of a $23 million Series B funding round led by DCM, with participation from 51job and existing investors Origin V
To stay relevant, restaurants need to provide an experience that goes beyond the traditional.
Panera is launching an augmented reality (AR) ad unit—the first such AR ad unit in the food space, it says—that allows users to share the AR experience from the ad across social media platforms (Sn
The coffee leader's "Deep Brew" program will bring customer service to another level.
On November 5, Starbucks will open the first Starbucks Pickup store in New York City’s Penn Plaza, designed for Starbucks customers on-the-go.
As the world’s largest barbecue brand enters its 79th year, Dickey’s New vice president of Information Technology Carissa De Santis is embarking on a new technology roadmap with the help of a
As delivery expands, brands look for ways to maximize a rapidly growing source of revenue through a network of third-party providers and efficient technology.
The drive thru has been around for decades, but brands are installing new digital bells and whistles that give the classic window pickup system sharp, modern appeal.
By 2020, they will be responsible for up to 40 percent of consumer spending.
The pizza company long known for its tech innovations is unveiling some new advancements that could simplify ordering and delivery.
Tech changes are coming fast for the top earner in the business, but they're also coming at a cost.
The reasoning is simple, whether we look at customer engagement or customer experience, convenience is key.
Starbucks announced Tuesday the latest expansion of Starbucks Delivers to five new U.S.
Brands are going digital to answer the call for dining outside the four walls.
Customers can now order from the table, without waiting in line.
Rubio’s Coastal Grill announced the addition of the MyMenu 2.0 platform, a virtual, personalized eating concierge powered by Healthy Dining.
And there are other possibilities, too.
Purification at the final point of dispense has been the holy grail of drinking water dispensing, but it has proved to be expensive and elusive—until now.