Vantiv interviews Jeremy Julian at the 2017 RetailNOW conference in Las Vegas. “I truly believe that if the leader gets better, everybody around them gets better… At the end of the day, I’m not the end-all, be-all answer. I want to create a culture of learning, a culture of growth within our organization so (the staff is) constantly bringing me stuff.” – Jeremy Julian
Do you own a normal menu board? Isn’t it a pain to change it when items are added or taken away? Well, its time to throw out the old and start with the new: digital menu boards. If you own or manage multiple chains or even just one restaurant, how much time do you spend changing your signage? Really. Think about it. We live in a digital age, so why doesn’t the menu board? The key benefit to a good digital signage management system is being able to update any and all menu boards instantaneously & simultaneously, add/remove items effectively and showcase regular menu items or roll out seasonal offers. One restaurant that invested into digital signage was Scott Redler
Have you heard about some of the next-generation delivery tools that are available to restaurant operators today? Tools like UberEATS, Caviar, Door Dash, and many others? It’s one of the hottest topics on the streets of the restaurant biz and Jeremy and Ryan deep dive into all of it to get to the bottom of what YOU need to know!
The millennial generation: the folks everyone loves to blame for killing the diamond industry, housing market, vacations, department stores and more, are surprisingly, a consumer segment that has recently captured the attention of full-service restaurant operators everywhere. If you rolled your eyes when you read the word ‘millennial,’ this video is for you. Since most millennials do not cook nor do they know how, are spending a lot of money on eating out. Millennials eat out more often and spend more money doing so than any other generation. In fact, millennials spend 44 percent of their food dollars—over $2,900 annually—on eating out. In addition, 53 percent of them eat out at least once a week, according to a 2015 survey of 3,000 adults by
Today, we are covering some news around the restaurant technology world. Our topic is almost a natural progression of convenience, travel and technology. TripAdvisor, the world’s largest travel site, and Deliveroo, the on-demand food-delivery service, announced the integration of Deliveroo’s restaurant network into the TripAdvisor desktop website, mobile and app experiences across 12 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific regions. This service is not available in the United States. However, be on the lookout in the future because this kind of integration and convenience will be available soon. Consumers browsing TripAdvisor restaurant listings now have the option to order food from more than 20,000 of Deliveroo’s restaurant partners spanning across 12 countries and more than 140 cities.