Jessica Binns

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Jessica lives in New York City and is obsessed with all things digital.

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01/31/2018

IHG Sees 85% Accuracy With Virtual Assistant Handling IT Queries

Expanding IT support capacity without expanding resources or budget is a challenge, but innovative technologies make discovering a way forward easier to find.
01/31/2018

Make Artificial Intelligence Work For Your Restaurant

Take artificial intelligence (AI) from buzzword to bottom-line impact in a MURTEC session entitled “How AI Can Improve Operations: Enhancing Guest Experience & Driving Sales.”
01/30/2018

An Insider’s Guide to Innovation: eatsa CEO Talks Automation, Self Service

Don’t miss eatsa co-founder and CEO Tim Young sharing at MURTEC in April how automation enables the seamless self-serve experience many customers are seeking.
01/25/2018

For Dickey's BBQ, Catering Platform Serves Up Saucy Results

The Texas-based BBQ chain builds business and grows customer base through the ezCater platform.
01/18/2018

Insights From NRF: The Intelligence Might Be Artificial, But the Implications Are Not

From blockchain and hotel-friendly robots to interactive light technology and more, discover some of the highlights from the National Retail Federation’s Big Show.
01/18/2018

3CIOs' Joe Tenczar Reveals Tech to Watch from CES

In between all of the cool and the crazy, CES hosts some interesting technologies and innovations that may find their way into your business at some point.
01/17/2018

Focus POS Offers Monthly Subscription Service

FAAS gives restaurants the benefits of POS for a monthly fee without the long-term commitment.
01/11/2018

How Rosa Mexicano Grew Its Catering Business 12% in 2017

Tired of leaning on email chains and clunky calendars to manage its robust catering business, Rosa Mexicano turned to TripleSeat to upgrade its event management business for both clients and employees alike.
01/11/2018

Can Cash Automation Improve Labor Efficiency?

A new study from APG Cash Drawer and IHL Group shows that retailers can recoup an average of 200 to 500 of labor hours per store monthly by replacing manual cash management with automation technology.