Technological Case Study: Might Fine Burgers Ever wonder how OTHER companies are integrating new tech? Today we’ll be looking at a snapshot of Mighty Fine Burgers and how they improved their service with technology. Keep reading to find out how a single piece of technology can profoundly affect your business in a positive and profitable way. The Challenge Austin-based Mighty Fine Burgers is a counter-service fast casual restaurant unlike any ordinary burger joint. Their mission is to guarantee that each guest is delighted from the minute they walk in the door until the time they leave. Since Mighty Fine Burgers is a counter-service restaurant, customers would place their order and then go wait for their names to be called to pick up their food.
Craft beer is one of the hottest, trendiest categories for 2016! This exploding industry has restaurants flocking to local brewers to take advantage of what the craft beer world has to offer. According to The Brewers Association, in 2014 craft brewers saw an 18% rise in volume and a 22% increase in retail dollar value. Craft brewing points to a profound shift in American beer culture that is resulting in big numbers. What does this trend mean for restaurant owners? It means there is an opportunity for you to please your customers with the craft and artisanal beers they desire . Craft beer is growing and will gain a stronger following and wider acceptance, and once introduced into your restaurant, has the potential to drive
Welcome back! We hope you enjoyed our series about the Three Tech Trends to Increase Efficiency and Reduce Cost. If you missed it, click on the link. Today we will be talking about the power of fresh, local ingredients and the associated marketing opportunities that come along with those trendy but effective terms. For the past few years, there has been a powerful movement shaking up the restaurant, grocery and food industry: the push for fresher, healthier, craft ingredients and food. Consumers are increasingly aware of what is in their food, where it comes from and how it gets to their plates. Because of this growing consumer sophistication, people are realizing the amount and kinds of chemicals, preservatives and the packaging methodologies involved in