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Tech Support for Hospitality: Solution Providers Offering Free Services & Solutions

Members of the restaurant and hotel technology supplier community are stepping forward with aid for the hospitality industry.

By adapting their communication and marketing messages across channels, brands can optimize customer engagement and work to retain customers during these unprecedented times.

To help Texas restaurants during the coronavirus pandemic, supermarket chain H-E-B is working with three restaurants in three cities to create to-go meals for sale in its stores.

Customers can 'pie it forward' by donating a pizza to local hospitals, police stations, and fire departments through the mobile app.

Initiative provides restaurateurs with resources and new products – like Gift Cards and Online Ordering – to help adapt their operations to the current business climate.

Part 1: Restaurants that recognize we are emerging into a different operational and technology landscape will rebound and thrive in the new world of personal safety and social behavior.

Brand cuts executive pay by 20%, closes dining rooms and continues to serve guests with to-go, delivery and catering options.

Partners with PepsiCo, Tripadvisor, DoorDash and Postmates to increase sales for the restaurant industry and support foodservice workers.

UV-C has been proven to inactivate SARS-CoV-1 which is 80% genetically related to COVID-19.

During the COVID-19 crisis, Numa is offering its AI call attendant for free to help businesses respond to customers. Restaurants can use text-to-order with curbside pickup, even if they don’t have any online ordering. announces a zero contact bill presentation and payment solution that works alongside all Point of Sale systems and allows every business and customer to comply with the new mandate.

Chipotle is looking to bring more joy to its fans and bridge important digital connections during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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