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Technology Roundtable: Experts Weigh in on Trends Impacting Canadian Foodservice Operators

F&H: What are the pros and cons of utilizing cloud POS in restaurants? Stephen Seymour: Most cloud POS systems are tailored to...

Capitalizing on Screen Time: Restaurant Operators are Embracing Video Advertising

Consumer demand for video content is on the rise and many savvy restaurant operators are adapting their marketing strategies to include video....

The Apps and the App Nots

It wasn’t that long ago that a restaurant “app” meant a pre-meal favourite such as Buffalo wings or nachos. But, as mobile devices have...

Restaurant Franchise Brands Embracing Mobile Apps

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — Mobile-technology development and integration is a top priority for restaurant franchise owners and franchisors, according to a survey conducted by...

Examining the Influence of your Online Presence

Last year, $1.6 billion of the money spent in the Canadian restaurant industry came through what has come to be known as the digital...

Looking Forward: What to Expect in 2018

Last year was a difficult one for the Canadian foodservice industry. Traffic and spending remained relatively flat across most of the market. Certain segments,...

OpenTable Reveals What Canadian Diners Want from Technology

TORONTO — OpenTable has released results from its latest Technology and Dining Out research survey, which explores Canadian diner sentiment toward the use of...

Tech Talk

There are countless innovations currently coming to market to help foodservice operators streamline tasks, improve customer service, or simply add a wow factor. Mobile devices...

MacLean Introduces Wine App

TORONTO — Noted Canadian wine writer Natalie MacLean has launched a new mobile application for iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry, Droid and other smartphones that...

MacLean Introduces Wine App

TORONTO — Noted Canadian wine writer Natalie MacLean has launched a new mobile application for iPhone, iPod Touch, Blackberry, Droid and other smartphones that...