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For Restaurants, a More Human Touch of Tech is Key

About four years ago, Abuelo’s Mexican Restaurants installed table-top tablets. The Ziosk devices allow customers to order drinks, appetizers, and desserts without a server. They include games for kids and empower customers to settle their bill whenever they please, without waiting for a ticket or handing over a credit card.

71Above and Takami Sushi & Robata Restaurants Implement TableSafe’s Tech

TableSafe Inc., maker of the first purpose-built pay-at-the-table platform for table-service restaurants, announced Wednesday that 71 Above and Takami Sushi have  become the first restaurants in the greater Los Angeles area to provide EMV-secured pay-at-the-table convenience for their guests  using TableSafe’s  RAIL payment platform.

Yelp, Grubhub Complete Online Ordering Integration

Yelp Inc. and Grubhub announced the successful integration of Grubhub’s restaurant network onto the Yelp platform.The combination of Grubhub's unmatched restaurant network and efficient delivery infrastructure with Yelp's large purchase-oriented audience positions us to generate thousands of new diners and millions of orders for Grubhub restaurant partners.

Olo Partners with EatStreet to Power Delivery for Restaurants

Olo, a leading online food ordering solution for the restaurant industry, announced today that the company is engaging with EatStreet to enable integrated delivery through Olo’s Rails platform. EatStreet is one of the largest independent online and mobile food ordering services in the U.

7 Ways the Restaurant Status Quo Is Being Disrupted

Restaurant operators and managers had a lot thrown at them last year. New and expanded labor legislation in big cities and across entire states have complicated compliance for some businesses and sowed uncertainty among others.

Revolution Partners with DoorDash on Direct Delivery Enablement

Restaurant Revolution Technologies, Inc. (Revolution) officially announced its partnership with DoorDash Wednesday, the technology company connecting consumers with the best local restaurants, to help streamline online ordering for participating restaurants.

BarDog, a Bar Inventory Management App, Launches March 15

Beginning on March 15, BarDog will offer its bar inventory management app at only $35 per month. Bar and restaurant owners will be able to easily track their inventory, purchases, and cost of goods, with a user-friendly mobile app.

Study: Restaurant Owners Plan to Upgrade POS Systems

Starfleet Research revealed that, according to its latest industry research, nearly one-quarter (24 percent) of restaurant owners and operators who have not upgraded their core restaurant management and POS system within the past three years plan to do so in the next 12 months.

Inventory Management Takes a Digital Step Forward

When it comes to P&L statements, inventory can sometimes be the redheaded stepchild, often overlooked in favor of labor costs and restaurant sales. For years, those oversights could be partially chalked up to an archaic system wherein amounts were recorded by pen and paper.

Toast Teams Up with TripAdvisor for Restaurants

Toast, the all-in-one restaurant technology platform and one of the fastest-growing technology companies in the U.S., announced a partnership with TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, to deliver restaurants of all sizes the best suite of tools to entice new guests.