Predictive analytics is a relatively new and rapidly evolving discipline that subjects huge amounts of historical data to statistical modeling and machine learning to make predictions about future events.
Join Jeremy and Michael “Schatzy” Schatzberg where they talk all things restaurant technology. From early stage investing to what new technology everyone should be looking for. They also talk about Branded Hospitality, Michaels investment wing where they look at new tech companies. Check him and Branded out here. Michael “Schatzy” Schatzberg | LinkedIn and Branded Hospitality Marketplace: Overview | LinkedIn
While the restaurant industry remains in constant flux due to ever-changing COVID restrictions, a focus on return to profitability is crucial. Restaurant video technology will be front and center in those efforts.
To learn a little about who Steve is, Writer, scientist, professor, and practitioner of search optimization, Steve Wiideman lives, breathes, and eats SEO, SEM, and inbound marketing. He is the author of SEO Strategy & Skills, a college textbook through Stukent. When he’s not leading his team of SEO consultants for franchise, multi-location, and e-commerce brands, he’s a cheeseball romantic, entertaining dad, and world traveler with a passion for life; embracing culture and diversity. While serving as an adjunct professor at UCSD and CSUF, Steve’s also building the Academy of Search, while volunteering time to help improve transparency and industry standards as an agency trainer. Some resources that Steve shared are found here. Resources: Academy of Search Course (Use SEOSTEVE for Complimentary Access) LocationContinue Reading …
Join Jeremy and Tommy Y, Founder of OpsAnalitica where they talk about restaurant checklists and how to systemize the restaurant checklist process. Everyone has checklists, but no one does it well unless you are using a system. Check them out here OpsAnalitica – Operations Analytics Platform
Recent years have seen dramatic changes in the restaurant business and the technology it uses. Some of these innovations will be permanent; others may prove to be “here today, gone tomorrow” fads.