LevelUp, the growth engine for restaurants, today announced an enhanced partnership with MonkeyMedia Software, the creators of MONKEY, the leading cloud-based software platform for takeout, delivery and catering.
Bareburger, the better-for-you burger chain known for their commitment to serving food made with fresh, local ingredients, has taken a huge stride toward embracing 3D technology with the announcement of their future plans to introduce an Augmented Reality Menu.
At the Restaurant Leadership Conference, Bridg, a Los-Angeles based technology company that enables data-driven marketing based on individual buying behavior, today announced it is joining forces with Relevant Mobile, a pioneering POS-integrated mobile app, loyalty and rewards program developer.
SessionM, a leading customer data and engagement platform, announced that it’s been selected by TGI Fridays to enhance the omnichannel Fridays experience. Orchestrating data from across all guest touchpoints, SessionM will enable TGI Fridays to build stronger relationships with friends of the restaurant through more personalized and genuine interactions.
Restaurant Revolution Technologies, Inc. announced it released the next generation of its omni-channel ordering platform, Order One. The burgeoning platform is quickly becoming a favorite among restaurant operators, as it provides a plug-and-play solution for restaurants to easily allow customers to place takeout, delivery or catering orders by phone, website, mobile or, now, even by chat.
Restaurant Magic Software announced Tuesday that it will be revealing exciting new features of its Data Central Management Suite at the Multi-Unit Restaurant Technology Conference (MURTEC). The Restaurant Magic team will be available to discuss the software’s recently released features that include data warehousing, enhanced restaurant analytics, and tablet specific user interfaces.
Genie Enterprise Ltd, a food technology company that develops and markets smart ovens that cook healthy, tasty and affordable meals in 2–3 minutes, announced Tuesday the successful closing of its Series A round of financing, which was oversubscribed at $10 million.
Waitbusters, LLC announced Monday that Mulligan’s Grille in Historic Cottage Row has begun using its Digital Diner software. Digital Diner provides restaurants like Mulligan’s with a complete front of house solution, including SMS marketing and social media share.
Paytronix Systems, Inc., an innovator in mobile loyalty and online ordering applications, mobile payment, and digital communication tools, today announced the next version of its branded mobile app with native online ordering, a self-service content management system and a new UI/UX.
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.
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 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, 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.
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.