NRA 2018: 6 Reasons to Visit QSR’s Booth
It’s been another year and the most anticipated foodservice event of 2018 is right around the corner, the National Restaurant Association Show. If you’re in the industry, chances are you’ll be at the show. While in Chicago on the show floor, there is so much to see and learn. This year, we’re focused on showing you a unique experience.
Here are 6 reasons you need to stop by the QSR Automations’ booth and experience all that QSR has to offer operators!
1.) Our New Booth!
We’ve been working around the clock to deliver on a brand new booth for our friends and colleagues at NRA this year. We will launch not only a booth with a refreshed look and feel, but it will showcase an experience that’s centered around off-premise dining, from the point of view of both the customer and the restaurant operator.
2.) Off-Premise Dining
Executing on an off-premise dining strategy is no longer an option for operators. Consumers have driven this trend due to their demand for convenience. Operators need to be focused on how to jump on the bandwagon, if they aren’t already. Digital ordering opportunities, carryout, to-go orders, and delivery orders can all be implemented more efficiently with our technology. Come experience how our kitchen display system (ConnectSmart Kitchen), guest management platform (DineTime) and recipe viewer (TeamAssist) simplify off-premise dining!
You’ll be able to put in an order (one that you will actually get to pick up), watch it go through the process of moving from the point of sale, to the KDS, to the guest management system, all while simultaneously seeing (and receiving!) real-time alerts about your order throughout the process. Come see what it’s like to have a smarter off-premise dining strategy for yourself, right there on the show floor. Trust me, we can help you deliver smarter.
3.) Heaps of Data
Data is king. What else can we call it? With intelligent, real-time data, operators and consumers can make smarter decisions.
Operators can make smarter decisions about how to run their business. Diners can make smarter decisions about how, where, and when to eat. Essentially, data can elevate the guest experience by allowing restaurant operators to analyze and realign their operations based on facts. Not only is data essential to everyday operations, real-time data is essential for implementing an off-premise dining strategy. We want you to experience for yourself the power of kitchen and guest management data, powered by QSR’s smart solutions.
QSR has made some pretty smart connections with industry partners over the years. These integrations make our products smarter for restaurant operators, and help to offer guests a better experience. If your goal is to have a well-connected restaurant, then come see the power of our integrations. With our smart APIs, you can integrate with third-party delivery and online ordering partners, more than 65 points of sale vendors, loyalty programs, and more!
You heard that right. Coffee. With a show floor as big as this one, you’re going to need fuel and we’ve got you covered. Stop by our booth (#6654) and grab a hot cup of fresh coffee. You’ll get to experience the finest QSR Automations baristas whip up your order in no time.
6.) Cool Swag
Don’t pretend you don’t like going from booth to booth grabbing the latest, coolest giveaway items on the show floor. I have to make the rounds myself just to grab something to take home to the kids. Stop by and see us. You never know what fun item you’ll take to-go with you.
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About the Author
Amber Mullaney provides and guides all things marketing for QSR. A proud Texan native, she graduated from the University of Houston with a degree in Public Relations and spent her career in the healthcare industry before making the switch to QSR, saying she loves a good challenge. Amber has a long list of things she loves, including tacos (especially tacos), sweet tea, Texas, the outdoors, and traveling with her husband and two daughters.