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Why Restaurants Are Going Digital
Why Restaurants Are Going Digital
By Ira Brodsky / CRM Daily Like this on Facebook Tweet this Link thison Linkedin Link this on Google Plus
PUBLISHED:
JUNE
05
2014

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Consumer-facing connected technology has the potential to dramatically change retailing. It allows nationwide chains to act more like friendly neighborhood stores. It offers customers more secure ways to pay. And, it gives ordinary consumers new ways to tell retailers what they like and don’t like. Retailers that ignore these trends do so at their own risk.


Ira Brodsky is a researcher and consultant with 35 years of experience tracking emerging technology markets and defining new products. He is co-author, along with David Strom, of Datacomm Research Company’s new report, Good Food and Drink and Connected Technology, 2014-2019.
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Rohit Mudgal:
Posted: 2014-06-07 @ 5:25am PT
I would like to share my views on the first line of this article. Well, Technology is growing very fast and now it is possible to download a physical product (dinner also) on our table by using our smartphone. We are working on it for the last 3 years and will launch it very soon.

Craig W:
Posted: 2014-06-06 @ 8:26am PT
Why Restaurants Are Going Digital? The article was nice but the simple answer is the cost of labor. Customers will win and employees will lose. The minimum wage momentum is not going away and businesses are responding as they usually do. They can't raise prices to cover increased so they move towards tech.

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