Placing technology closer to the dining experience is a great way for restaurants to create a more connected experience with their guests and keep pace with guests’ expectations for greater technology when dining out.
I recently joined the airline industry at the Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) Users Forum & Expo in Denver where airlines, suppliers and regulators came together to discuss today’s digital-era trends.
Last month I had the opportunity to travel to Austin with our hospitality industry team to join the more than 6,000 participants at this year’s HITEC technology conference.
As businesses work to keep pace with the rapidly changing needs and expectations of consumers, many are calling the customer experience the next competitive battleground.
Engaging consumers during the shopping experience is essential for today’s retailers and consumer goods manufacturers. But it’s easier said than done.