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Quick and convenient: Attitudes and behaviours towards online table bookings [Infographic]

May 31 2016, by Olivia FitzGerald

Online restaurant table booking software is growing in popularity, but with whom, on what platform and why? Find out in this analysis of consumer behaviour and attitudes.

Online table booking has only become an established trend in the past 10 years, but it is becoming an increasingly popular method of organising plans for eating out. Technology, demographics, and the importance of special offers all contribute to the changing behaviours towards online restaurant bookings. The booking experience itself is fundamental to the consumer. Diners prefer to have a direct and reliable interaction with your business, whether you run a pub or a restaurant, rather than using a third party booking process. This infographic breaks down current behaviours and trends that businesses need to consider when using online restaurant table booking software.

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