In the last six months or so, restaurants across the country have had to fundamentally change the way in which they serve customers, and many have embraced contactless order and pay technology to help them find their way through the many changes. One of the most significant ways in which technology is helping restaurants on […]
Only 45 percent of restaurateurs are very confident they will stay in business for the next 12 months, and they need financial relief and clear, consistent standards to successfully reopen, according to “Restaurant Reopening: Challenges, Needs and the Keys to Getting it Right,” a new study from The Coca-Cola Company.
Industry leaders recommend focusing on improving customer experience, capitalizing on new opportunities, and incorporating innovative technology.
Contactless service may sound like the opposite of what bed-and-breakfast service is supposed to be. After all, staying in a B&B is all about contact! Being friendly with the other guests, getting to know the owners, enjoying a plate loaded with warm cookies on the table by the fireplace, and communal meals served family-style at […]
One of the many major economic consequences of COVID-19 has been the accelerated adoption of a wide variety of contactless service models in the restaurant industry and beyond. “Contactless” need not only refer to safety-enhancing measures, however. Here are three ways that contactless payment methods can actually result in increased sales for your restaurant. Safety […]
Restaurants have a chance to shape the experience, not adapt to it.
OneDine is equipped to manage restaurants’ floor by providing staff with table status, letting diners browse personalized digital menus, and handling checkout from patrons’ own devices…
Most restaurants must function at 75% capacity in order to achieve profitability. With many restaurants operating at 50 percent capacity or less, it’s essential to identify how they can make up the remaining 25 percent.
New research from restaurant tech company OneDine highlights a three-part plan for “Restaurant Recovery” in 2020 and beyond following the impact of COVID-19. Generally speaking, most restaurants must function at 75 percent capacity in order to achieve profitability.
If you’re not seizing this moment–strange one though it is–you’re falling behind.