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Red Lobster Revamps Loyalty Program

Red Lobster's new loyalty program is a three-tier system that rewards the most loyal guests with added benefits based on the total number of points accumulated throughout the year.

Shift4 Payments Adds Order-at-the-Table Functionality

SkyTab offers Order- and Pay-at-the-Table solution, including customer engagement and marketing tools.

New prototype is half the size of a typical location and includes kiosks and tableside ordering.

Since adding Presto's pay at the table, Denny's has seen improvements in staff efficiency and a significant increase in guest feedback via Presto’s survey feature.

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“Checking In For F&B” report reveals a complimentary meal, a loyalty program for food & beverage and a personalized approach would make a hotel brand stand out.

Chick-fil-A has integrated Near Field Communication into the table numbers, which enables guests to simply tap their phone on the table number to check in.

HT analyzes data representative of 18,845 locations and compares restaurant innovators to laggards while highlighting how segments are addressing technology strategies and issues differently.  Sponsored.
 

Tableside combines hardware with POS software for an integrated order- and pay-at-the-table solution.

Today's consumers are compelling hotels to activate under-utilized areas with technology, broadening their customer base beyond just those checking in.

Technology will change the way restaurants are laid out and how customers interact with brands.

Benefits of and best practices for implementing tableside payment.

Servers can also use tablet e-menus to place customers orders.

Self-ordering technology can enhance the customer experience while improving the restaurant's operational efficiency, bottom line.

According to HT's 2014 Restaurant Technology Study, tableside ordering and payment devices are the single largest growth area in full service restaurants, with a third of respondents planning a rollout by the end of next year. Vendors are rolling out new solutions — including those that are mounted at the table and those that servers carry — that allow for mobile payment, faster table turns, upselling and more. Restaurant operators are turning towards tableside devices to incorporate payment functionality while enjoying longer battery life, upselling and more.

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