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Select Restaurants Chooses 24-7 to Manage Multi-Concept Units

Select Restaurants, Inc., a national operator of multi-concept restaurants has chosen 24-7 Hospitality Technology (24-7) as its POS solution and support provider. Select Restaurants, Inc. owns and operates full-service restaurants in several U.S. markets including Boston's Top of the Hub at the Prudential Center, the Rusty Scupper on Baltimore's Inner Harbor, and the Parkers' Lighthouse in Long Beach, California.
“The value of knowing our multi-concept restaurants is well taken care of by 24x7 Hospitality Technology, bringing peace of mind to our company,” says Matt Woods, corporate controller of Select Restaurants. “24x7 Hospitality Technology has been a reliable business partner since we began doing business in 2005, when we first deployed the 24-7 Total Solution,” he adds. “We have restaurants in three different time zones and our restaurant managers are confident that, regardless of the time of day, they will receive dependable, knowledgeable, and more importantly timely support to assist them through each support call.”
The management system provided by 24-7 links each restaurant to its wait list, kitchen, cash management, and accounting systems. In addition, 24-7’s approach to technical support allows Select’s restaurant managers to reach technicians to handle any issue 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year.
24-7 Hospitality Technology supports multi-concept Select Restaurants, including:
  • Parkers’ Lighthouse located on the waterfront in Long Beach includes an actual working Lighthouse. In addition to supporting a fine dinning seafood and a new steak restaurants, 24-7 computer systems support banquet and private dinning rooms, bar dinning, counter seating, full bar with entertainment, patio/outdoor dinning and takeout.
  • Top of the Hub in Boston is a restaurant soaring 52 floor above Back Bay. In addition to a fine dinning restaurant, 24-7 computer systems support the two-story adjoining Skywalk Observatory, a jazz lounge, and a kiosk in the Prudential Building Lobby.
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