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Loyalty, Mobility among Top Investments for Driving 2011 Restaurant Growth

The restaurant industry may be ready to embrace getting "back-to-business," but it's no longer business as usual. Armed with instant access to information and a new outlook on spending, today's customers are more value conscious than ever before, requiring restaurant operators to rethink their tech investments for 2011 in an effort to attract sales and drive growth.

Join Debra Jensen-Dykes, VP & CIO, Jack in the Box Inc. and Leonard Yip, VP, information systems, Panda Restaurant Group for a must-see technology supersession that address this very issue at the 2010 Restaurant Executive Summit, this September 29 - October 1 at The Grand Del Mar Resort in San Diego, Calif.

Moderated by Fred LeFranc, founding partner, Results thru Strategy, the "Technology Super Session: Technology that Drives Top-Line Growth," will focus on a number of technology investments including POS, self-service, loyalty, mobility, and inventory/supply chain. The panel will also provide their perspectives on what the industry must know about, and must do, with regard to specific IT opportunities.

About the Restaurant Executive Summit
Now entering its sixth year, Hospitality Technology's Restaurant Executive Summit presents a full program of solutions-focused educational sessions offering insights from across the restaurant environment, including technology, operations, finance and marketing. Key decision-makers will be able to share strategies and exchange ideas outside of departmental silos, with the collective goal of staying in front of industry trends, preserving financial health, and positioning their companies for growth. Peer-to-peer collaboration and networking with the hospitality industry's leading technology solution providers provide additional value to attendees.

This year's focus is "Priority Initiatives and Growth Opportunities in the New Hospitality Dynamic." Over the past 18 months, a number of societal, technological and economic factors have converged, resulting in a very different landscape for foodservice operations - in effect, a "new hospitality dynamic." Key sessions include:

  • Getting Real: Priorities & Growth Initiatives in the New Hospitality Dynamic
  • Rebuilding Your Workforce
  • Mobile Phones, Your Customers & You
  • CFO Perspectives
  • Impact of National Policy
  • Ubertrends: Socially Engaging the New Era Guest

For more information about the 2010 Restaurant Executive Summit, click here.

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