Technology is what keeps restaurants connected to guests, not only outside of the restaurant via social media channels, but in-store, as well, with updated POS systems, and tablets displaying menus, tableside ordering, and interactive components like games to entertain guests in order to fill wait times, just to name a few.
But it’s not just standard restaurants that are adapting to this plugged-in foodie culture. Whole Foods has recently started to integrate Square Stands, a sleek POS system, into various Whole Foods locations. Don’t worry – the new tech won’t replace cashiers. Because Whole Foods houses ready-to-eat foods that make for a good lunch spot, the new tech is more for on-the-go guests with few items. Read More