Technology is changing the way restaurants operate. From online reservations to mobile apps for ordering and payment, customer interactions with restaurants occur more frequently with the click of the button. The movement towards tech-driven service has had its highest level of adoption in the quick service and fast casual restaurant segment. But full service restaurants are increasingly open to new technology that gives guests more choice and information. One new feature restaurants are using to engage guests and rethink the traditional dining experience is tablet-based digital menus. But what benefits do restaurants find in digital menus? Read more
By now you’re hearing about iPad wine lists or iPad drink menus popping up at restaurants around the world. There’s a large number of solutions out there to choose from and finding the right solution for your restaurant can be difficult. Here I’ve broken down some of the top considerations for you to think about when evaluating tablet menus for your restaurant. Read more
iPad wine menus are popping up across the country. But it isn’t only celebrity chefs using the technology. Although you can find iPad beverage menus at Gordon Ramsay’s or André Rochat’s restaurants, restaurants of all sizes across the country are using electronic wine menus, from independent operators to regional and corporate operators nationwide.
One of the hesitations we usually hear from prospective customers is around cost. Having all of these iPads must be so expensive. After all, using paper is cheap, pennies. Let’s break down the costs a little further… Read more
iPad wine and beverage menus are becoming more and more popular as restaurants learn about the benefits of the technology. Not only do the digital menus provide a significant ROI by increasing sales, they also provide a number of other benefits, from improved staff training to saving time updating menus.