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1. Expanded Payment Options Can Help Merchants Boost Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction
(News)
... may hinder some merchants from maximizing their revenue. Just as shops and restaurants with ‘cash-only’ policies are likely to lose business to establishments that accept cards, merchants could miss out ...
Created on 16 April 2018
2. Technology Helps Stop Food Waste
(News)
Online ordering tools and new supply chain innovations are helping restaurants reduce food waste, reports Waste 360.   Read the article on  Waste 360  ...
Created on 02 April 2018
3. When The Weather Gets Rough, Retail Goes Omni-Channel To Survive
(Retail)
... Predictive Technologies, even with winter storm Juno paralyzing the east coast for much of January, sales were largely positive at both retailers and restaurants. For example, in-store sales for January ...
Created on 06 May 2015
4. True Happiness in the Supply Chain
(Supply)
... - and left the restaurants for more reliable sources.  Where does happiness exist? First of all it should exist with the consumer who places their order for a meal and gets what (or better than) they expecte ...
Created on 22 January 2014
5. Explosive innovation
(Supply)
... ting advanced payment systems for hospitality companies: SubtleData "connects apps to Point of Sale systems" with an emphasis on mobile POS (m-POS) for restaurants and bars; and TabbedOut supplies its so ...
Created on 25 September 2012
6. Explosive innovation
(Retail)
... ting advanced payment systems for hospitality companies: SubtleData "connects apps to Point of Sale systems" with an emphasis on mobile POS (m-POS) for restaurants and bars; and TabbedOut supplies its so ...
Created on 25 September 2012
7. Explosive innovation
(Retail)
... ting advanced payment systems for hospitality companies: SubtleData "connects apps to Point of Sale systems" with an emphasis on mobile POS (m-POS) for restaurants and bars; and TabbedOut supplies its so ...
Created on 25 September 2012
8. Food Service Supply Chain Worries
(News)
It takes a lot to get food to the table at your favorite restaurant. When you look behind the scenes, the level or coordination in the restaurant and food service supply chain is impressive. Janet Erickson ...
Created on 24 September 2012
9. From the Top - Dennis Harrison
(Supply)
... restaurants, institutions, and other crate-level delivery users.     Transcription of the video follows: Scott Koegler:  I’m Scott Koegler.  I’m with GS1 Connect for 2012.  I'm with Dennis Harriso ...
Created on 06 July 2012
10. From the Top - Dennis Harrison
(Supply)
... restaurants, institutions, and other crate-level delivery users.     Transcription of the video follows: Scott Koegler:  I’m Scott Koegler.  I’m with GS1 Connect for 2012.  I'm with Denni ...
Created on 06 July 2012
11. From the Top - Dennis Harrison
(Retail)
... restaurants, institutions, and other crate-level delivery users.     Transcription of the video follows: Scott Koegler:  I’m Scott Koegler.  I’m with GS1 Connect for 2012.  I'm with Denni ...
Created on 06 July 2012
12. From the Top - Dennis Harrison
(Logistics)
... restaurants, institutions, and other crate-level delivery users.     Transcription of the video follows: Scott Koegler:  I’m Scott Koegler.  I’m with GS1 Connect for 2012.  I'm with Denni ...
Created on 06 July 2012
13. Looking for Drop Ship Enlightenment? Start here.
(Supply)
...  four association groups:  the Association for Retail Technology Standards, the National Council of Chain Restaurants, the Retail Advertising and Marketing Association and Shop.org. Additional informatio ...
Created on 19 March 2012
14. Looking for Drop Ship Enlightenment? Start here.
(Retail)
...  four association groups:  the Association for Retail Technology Standards, the National Council of Chain Restaurants, the Retail Advertising and Marketing Association and Shop.org. Additional informatio ...
Created on 19 March 2012
15. Are you Low Maintenance or High Maintenance?
(Management)
... chose it this time?” “You really know the Chicago market, what’s your take?” “You know the best restaurants in New York…I’ll defer to you.” “Jim had a great solution he told me about.  Jim?” ...
Created on 21 September 2010
16. Cecil in the Sunshine
(Management)
... , and Orlando versions of the same layout, I was finally able to navigate myself from conference rooms, to restaurants, to bars, and to my room, without having to ask for help along the way. I'm hopi ...
Created on 01 May 2009
17. Non – Standard EDI data = Failure to Communicate
(EDI)
I love small, local restaurants (in case you didn't already know that). They are typically pragmatic in creating their menus. One of my favorite local diners has possibly the world's greatest chili. Th ...
Created on 28 September 2008
18. Cecil's Big Breakfast
(Management)
Last week I was in Albuquerque, working with a client who was nearly as big a fan of local restaurants as I am. We were able to indulge in more than one meal together, but my favorite was our breakfast ...
Created on 21 July 2008
19. Cecil’s Addition/Subtraction
(Management)
... never ending availability of eating places… and not just restaurants, but everything from low-rent hole in the walls to the most outrageous (and outrageously priced) food experiences. My terror arises ...
Created on 16 November 2007
20. Cecil's Offline
(Management)
I live in an online world anymore. That is... whenever I'm in a place where I can get a connection. Luckily some of my favorite (as well as some of my least favorite) restaurants offer WiFi service. An ...
Created on 05 October 2007