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Creating the Next-generation Customer Experience for Restaurant Companies

Creating the Next-generation Customer Experience for Restaurant Companies

Seven in 10 surveyed restaurant customers expect apps to be more personal; quick service restaurant customers expect to spend 20 percent more when leveraging digital A new Deloitte study finds that 40 percent of frequent restaurant visitors prefer to order online, and spend 26 percent more per online order at […]

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Waitlist Me Adds Table Management to Its Popular Waitlist Application

Waitlist Me Adds Table Management to Its Popular Waitlist Application

Novel Approach Goes Beyond Traditional Table Map To Boost Productivity Waitlist Me is rolling out a new approach to table management designed to help restaurant operators provide faster and better service to their customers.  The new features are tightly integrated into its popular waitlist application and make it simple to […]

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Northeast Restaurants Turn to Waitlist Me to Manage Summer Rush

Northeast Restaurants Turn to Waitlist Me to Manage Summer Rush of Guests

New waitlist technology improves business results as well as customer wait times As people flock to tourist destinations throughout the Northeast for their summer vacations, local restaurants are using Waitlist Me to handle the surge in demand. According to the National Restaurant Association, New York, Massachusetts, and New Jersey are […]

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Why Americans Are Eating Up Fast-Food Apps

Why Americans Are Eating Up Fast-Food Apps

Maybe you’ve heard about the recently released fancier new version of the Taco Bell app, which is designed to let customers order up a Double Decker Taco or Burrito Supreme from their smartphones. It was already attracting attention months before it actually occurred. Maybe it seems odd – even comical […]

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Q&A: On restaurant wait list technology with Craig Walker, NoshList chief executive

With American consumers dining out now more than ever, waitlist apps are changing one of the most arguably antiquated seating systems in the industry. By replacing pad and paper or buzzer seating systems, wait list apps do what other systems cannot: such as automatically calculate average wait times for guests. […]

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NoshList Heads to NRA with New Waitlist App, Reservation Feature

NoshList is excited to return to this year’s National Restaurant Association Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show (NRA) in Chicago, marking the company’s third year as an NRA exhibitor. NoshList will be located in the Technology Pavilion at the NRA Show in Booth #5867. The company will have multiple devices showcasing how the […]

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NoshList Updates Wait List App for iOS 7, Adds Online Analytics

The upgrades include a customer DIY feature that lets them add themselves to a restaurant’s waitlist. NoshList has announced the release of its free iOS 7 wait list app, which includes several new features for improving the guest experience and operational efficiencies. The company also added a new analytics section […]

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NoshList ends 2013 with more than 22 million diners seated

Trend for 2014 includes extended wait list functionality The NoshList wait list app closed out 2013 with more than 22 million diners seated across 5,000 restaurants. The company also finished out the year as one of the first apps available on the Clover POS app marketplace. “This past year was […]

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MojoBistro Named One of 100 Finalists in the 12th Annual Chicago Innovation Awards

Chicago-based app builder has been selected as one of the top 100 finalists for the 2013 Chicago Innovation Awards MojoBistro, a Chicago area-based developer of mobile apps has announced its selection as one of the top 100 finalists of more than 550 companies nominated for the 2013 Chicago Innovation Awards. […]

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Is Your Restaurant Website Mobile Friendly?

According to the latest figures from Google, everyday over 1.3 million Android phones are activated along with 70,000 tablets and those numbers do not include Apples iPhones and iPads.  All these people are now searching on their new smart phones for information. 60% of those searches are local searches, people […]

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Closely Rolls Out Perch, Brings Digital Marketing Into Focus for Restaurants

Closely, a technology company dedicated to helping small businesses drive revenue and high quality return visits, has announced the availability of Perch, its free mobile app that gives restaurants real-time insights into the social media and promotional activity of nearby businesses. Closely also announced integration with Yelp to alert businesses […]

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GoWebMo.com Creating Mobile Website Apps for Restaurants Wanting to Serve Their Smart Phone Using Customers

GoWebMo.com focuses on meeting restaurant owners needs to serve their growing customer base that are using smart phones. Almost 90% of businesses are lacking mobile-friendly websites, which means an aggravating experience for the millions of smartphone users searching from their phones, unable to navigate cumbersome websites that don’t fit small […]

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Boardwalk Fresh Burgers and Fries Taps Cardagin to Power Mobile Loyalty and Rewards Program

Cardagin Networks, Inc., a market leader in Mobile Relationship Management (MRM) platforms, announced today that it has been tapped by iconic national burger and fries brand, Boardwalk Fresh Burgers and Fries, to power the company’s mobile customer loyalty and rewards program.

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Before the Entrees, Apps to Winnow Choices and Find Seats

Smartphones have made it simple to find a restaurant at the last minute. The gastronomic triumvirate of Urbanspoon, Yelp and OpenTable each have well-designed mobile apps for Android, BlackBerry and iPhone users, and they’re all free. For a reservation, though, there once was pretty much just one choice: OpenTable. It […]

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