Raising the curtain in 2021: 5 key areas where the latest EPoS technology can help theatres thrive post-lockdown
We all know the terrible impact the coronavirus has had on the hospitality industry but for the UK’s theatre sector this has been particularly devastating. All theatres have been shuttered since March 2020, with a few opening for the briefest of times outside of lockdown before going back into a full shutdown.
Mobile Order & Pay seems to be a prerequisite for operators who are planning to reopen their dine-in service and need to adhere to social distancing. Following Boris Johnson’s announcement that pubs, restaurants and cafes can reopen their indoor spaces from the 4 July for table service only, the need for operators to utilise mobile ordering is stronger than ever.
Our Sales and Partnership Manager, Paul Berryman brings us another ‘Food for Thought’ blog. This time he looks at the modern and potentially serious threat of cyber attacks and suggests seven ways in which restaurants can protect themselves and their data from these malware attacks.
Our Sales and Partnership Manager, Paul Berryman brings us another ‘Food for Thought’ blog. This month he looks at the importance for hospitality businesses in balancing the advantages of technology adoption for customer retention and acquisition while still safeguarding that all-important human touch.
For his ‘Food for Thought’ blog this month Paul Berryman, our Sales & Partnership Manager considers the role of AI and automation in the QSR’s constant quest for quicker, better and great profitability. Should we feel threatened by the use of robotics in kitchen management? and just how can AI tech be utilised across the business to streamline processes and improve customer service?
EPoS is no longer just about transaction. It must become the essential operational hub to drive every aspect of your operation from transaction, marketing and loyalty, delivery, payroll, kitchen management and new self-ordering options.