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Restaurant Technology Network (RTN)

RTN Workgroups at Work

Third-party delivery workgroup fosters restaurant and supplier collaboration to solve common pain points.

Restaurant Technology Network co-founder, Angela Diffly shares perspective on the struggles restaurants face when third party delivery goes wrong.

What will it take to move the restaurant industry forward with meaningful technology standards? Jordan Thaeler, President and Co-Founder, WhatsBusy, explains.

RTN enables members to come together to solve industry pain points through peer workgroups, standards development and best practices.

Hear from one of the Restaurant Technology Network’s founding members, QSR Automations, and find out why the company joined and how each member feels about being a part of this game-changing community.

Restaurant Technology Network (RTN) was on-site at the Food On Demand Conference. Find out from RTN director of membership what is trending -- and disrupting -- in the delivery space and foodservice in general!

Hospitality Technology officially launched the Restaurant Technology Network (RTN,, a new membership community dedicated to innovation in restaurants, at MURTEC 2019 on March 11. Drew Lentz, a wireless solutions architect who blogs about wireless technology on s

6 Key takeaways from MURTEC focus on how to power the full potential of the evolving restaurant industry.

HT’s new membership community embraces members, hosts sessions and jumpstarts tech-driven workgroups

Meet RTN & help mold workgroups that work at on March 12 at 2:15 p.m.

Automation tools simplify critical tasks, save time, drive efficiency and ensure operational consistency

Restaurant Technology Network and Restaurant CIOs partner to offer first certification course, with free preview at MURTEC 2019.

Membership community fuels technology innovation via workgroups, standards development, certification programs and more.

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