How Technology Is Improving Dining Out Experience With time-shortage becoming a characteristic feature of everyone’s daily life, quick-service is rapidly becoming a necessity of every industry. Even the dining industry is exploring creative and innovative technology systems to ensure the availability of quick- service restaurants and food outlets that are able to engage customers in many effective ways, taking advantage of data like never before and thus driving sales in the right direction.
THE RESTAURANT It was not until the 19th century that the term “Restaurant” was derived. Prior to this time, these establishment was referred to as a number of different terms such as, “eating house”, “restorator”, just to name a few. <http://digital.library.unlv.edu/collections/menus/early-restaurants-america> These establishments were defined as being a place where one can order a meal in exchange for money. As the world began to grow in population, the amount of restaurants began to grow
OVERVIEW: Sonic Drive-In is an American quick service restaurant brand, established in 1953. The popular fast-food restaurant has 3,552 locations in 45 states, and is headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma (All Sonic Drive-In Locations). They are the largest drive-in restaurant in the country; their menu boasts over a million flavor combinations between their slushies and fountain drinks, and an extensive range of fast food options such as fully-loaded burgers, over the top hot dogs, and various
interface is easy to navigate and leveraging the latest technology to provide users actual, real time results. Additionally, LiveTable, LLC will provide excellent technical and customer service support to keep the application up and running and its customers happy. LiveTable 's management team will aggressively ensure each area of the business plan is addressed in a timely and optimal manner. Description of Business LiveTable is
company and one of the world’s largest fast food restaurant companies with presence in over 125 countries, operating the licensed brands which are famous worldwide e.g. KFC (Kentucky Fried Chicken), Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, A&W Restaurants, Long John Silver’s and the Wing Street. The company was founded in year 1997 as Tricon Global Restaurants, Inc., later in the year 2002, the company acquisition with Lexington, Kentucky based Yorkshire Global Restaurants post that it reframed as YUM! Brands LLC. *The
To remain competitive in this market segment, businesses must focus on satisfying customers, while providing a quality product. Pizza USA customers have communicated that they would purchase more pizza if a delivery service were offered by the restaurant chain. If the process is well designed and fits the specifications of management, implementing a delivery service to satisfy customer wants would grow the business and increase competitiveness. From a management perspective, research must be done
in 1941 in San Bernardino, California, when Dick and Mac McDonald opened their first drive-in restaurant. It was carhops that they relied on, waiters that would go from car to car and take orders from the customers parked in the lot. Then in 1948, they changed the format of their restaurant to a self-service window and standardized their preparation methods to the “Speedee Service System”. This system allowed them to become consistent with exact product specifications and customized equipment.
Information Systems INTRODUCTION Various types of HRIS systems and processes have been reviewed to help Jay Morgan and Family Castle Restaurant run more efficiently as a business. Jay Morgan the Operations Manager, have been using outdated methods for scheduling, recruiting, hiring, and answering questions from its employees. Maintaining accurate books and keeping constant communication with the Managers have been a challenge for Jay Morgan. If an accurate HRIS system can be implemented
stand out and success among strong competitors in downtown Kingston. This study provides suggestions to the owner Tim Pater on differentiating and increasing revenue of the restaurant. Problem Statement Tim Pater is faced with the dual challenge of differentiating Atomica Pizza and Wine Bar from all of the other downtown restaurants and increasing revenue. Food is an elastic good that demand for it could fluctuate wildly depending on the price. Rising prices made it difficult to survive among competitors
Information Systems INTRODUCTION Numerous characters of HRIS systems and methods have been abstracted to help Jay Morgan and Family Castle Restaurant run more conveniently as a business. Jay Morgan the Operations Manager, have been using obsolete procedures for recruiting, hiring, scheduling, and answering inquiries from its staff members. Cultivating precise books and keeping continual conversation with the Managers have been a dispute for Jay Morgan. If a precise HRIS system can be enforced