Discover why integration is key to improved performance.

Disparate systems that don’t communicate with each other will only get you so far in the hospitality industry. Learn how integrated systems allow you to unlock powerful data around customer insights and behaviour, helping you to incentivise repeat customers and grow your business.

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liveRES - Choices, choices: How the right tech can smooth your operations and boost your profits

Food for Thought

New ideas and advice to help you improve the operation, turnover, and connectivity of your dining sites.

A day in the life: how technology can improve table management [Infographic]

Technology has brought intelligent table reservation and management systems to the pub and restaurant industry. They can do lots of clever things with data, but how much practical difference do they really make?

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FOOD FOR THOUGHT - Issue Two: Winter 2017

The pub and restaurant industry is gearing up for a new, inter-connected future and nowhere more so than in the casual dining sector.

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Ship Shape: snagging issues and other key points to fully integrate the system into your business

The system is live and the process of fully integrating it into your casual dining business is well underway. But there will inevitably be issues to iron out and now is no time to rest on your laurels.

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Go-Live: your checklist before you push The Big Switch

Your project team has been hard at work putting the new restaurant technology platform in place. You’ve run pilots to test how the system works on the ground. Staff training is well underway and you’ve even managed to persuade the naysayers to get on board.

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Restaurant Intelligence: 10 Steps to Ensure Successful Data Migration

Rolling out a new software platform across your casual dining business is a serious undertaking and choosing the new system is the exciting, strategic part of the project.

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Clock Watch: the four stages of a successful restaurant IT roll-out

Some pub and restaurant businesses need to roll out new technology at a rapid pace.

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