Food and quality service always depends on the stars of any restaurant, but every restaurant nowadays is using the latest technology to help keep operations in the black. The National Restaurant Association Show is coming over the weekend with new technology on display for restaurants everywhere. They make clear topics in their exhibits.
Startup Alley provided companies displaying products previews of next-generation solutions with many user advantages and disadvantages that operators face.
If we give an example, Say2eat is a one-stop ordering solution where customer can order meals through Facebook Messenger. Alternative mobile applications easily connect restaurants customer to Facebook; this is a platform where more than 68 million customers used in the United States. Say2eat also works to collect client information that can help the restaurant owner leverage data and to get more sales next time. It’s mobile-based, so the open rates are really higher than email marketing or website.
AmbiFi is one kind of training and management platform that permits operators to build and spread knowledge in the form of videos, photos, other media, etc. It also allows us to give job support to maintain other tasks or menu arrangement instantly.
Delivery is high cost, and it’s increasing the necessary elements of a good restaurant.
Startup Synk gives lower cost delivery than the other alternative third-party delivery. The software permits restaurants by using google mapping to keep shipments of food or product in house by creating efficiencies, and it also offers the same features as the large chains offer via notifications to customers.
PathSpot is a hand scanner that helps to identify instantly bacteria and viruses that cause food poisoning, foodborne illness, listeria, hepatitis A, norovirus, and salmonella. It gives spectacular results within two seconds, and it can track individual results easily.
Robots are starting food service in the back of the home. BearRobotics developed Penny; a self-driving robot. It was on display. An award winner of Kitchen Innovations, Penny is specially made to serve food and drink orders. Swappable trays permit the various programs, and multiple Pennys can be set to work simultaneously without further observations.
Google Glass applications is another innovation for training and quality control. If you use Google Glass applications, you can easily display combined functionality, and you can get tech features to target labor efficiency. It can easily track product usage, and it also informs automatically when productions are low.
Sally is another Robot. It’s another award winner for Kitchen Innovation. It works to make salads, grain bowls, yogurt bowls, and more.
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