Teaching Old-School Restaurants New Tech Tricks
New technology has changed the way we see, cook, eat and even get food delivered, but all the code in the world is barely making a dent in the way we dine. Restaurants are the serious "old dogs" refusing to learn new tricks. So why do restaurants cling to their old-school ways? With tight margins, high-turnover, reluctant owners and tech options that don't always play well together it is often out necessity. This panel brings food pros and restaurant techies together to talk it out.
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- What's behind the reason hospitality companies are reluctant to get behind new tech, is it the money, the time, the lack of tech savvy?
- There are tech options, with more being created, but how do we solve the problem of too many tech solutions and too many that don't work together?
- Many pieces of new tech look perfect, but in practice restaurants say they often miss the mark. So where does tech get it right and get it wrong?
- Larry Flam, Principal/Owner, Gratuity Restaurants
- Laura Healy, Senior Account Executive, Open Table
- Kevin Boehm, Co-owner Boka Group (Boka, Girl & The Goat, GTFish, Momotaro, Swift & Sons, J. Parker, Little Goat, Balena, Boka, Duck Duck Goat ), Boka Restaurant Group
- Winston Lord, Director of Marketing, Venga
Lawrence Flam, OWNER, Gratuity Restaurants