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Corner Bakery Debuts Curbside Pickup

When ordering online, guests select curbside pickup and enter their vehicle info. Customers receive a text with where to park and the number to call upon arrival.

HungerRush Buys AI-Driven Text Message Ordering Solution

OrdrAI self-service ordering drives revenue for restaurants that want optimize no-contact options.

Whistle Messaging, Inc. (Whistle) – a leading Guest Messaging Platform – has announced today that it has achieved Amazon Web Services (AWS) Travel and Hospitality Competency status.

New Two-way Mobile Text Messaging App Enables Restaurants to Communicate with Customers Using Existing Published Business Phone Numbers

A BYOC approach can be a key element to help the hospitality industry stay one step ahead of customer demands and remain competitive.

The messaging tool has been transformed into the Guest Messaging Hub, which centralizes conversations and guest requests.

Combined solution automates communications and contactless check-in for improved guest experience.

With 98% of all text messages opened and 95% responded to within 3 minutes of being delivered, texting is one of the easiest and most immediate ways for businesses to strengthen consumer relationships.

The new guest experience means interacting with hotels via a device in the palm of your hand both for safety and for convenience.

Restaurants can now send real-time status updates via text message, so customers can track their orders.

During the pandemic, PGDA saw mobile messaging deliver an average Return of Marketing Spend of 440%, higher than any of its other marketing channels.

Junction Food & Drink will open next month and will include curbside, delivery and 4,000 square feet of outdoor dining.

Hotels must identify what tech is most valuable to sustaining business right now and reconsider the rest.

The humble SMS can be used to limit in-person interactions, prevent queueing, notify guests of new safety measures, and more.

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