The World Wide Web is 33 and Still Growing
The World Wide Web, the collection of pages on the Internet, is available to anyone with an Internet connection. Approximately 4.93 billion people use it, representing about 63 percent of the world’s population.Read More
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Vintage Trends See a Resurgence with New Technologies
What do drive-in movies, grocery deliveries, and puzzles have in common? They all have made a major comeback in 2020.
The world has recently seen a major resurgence in a few vintage trends that fall out of the mainstream long ago. Thanks to COVID, the way people consume entertainment, the way they shop, and even how they manage their day-to-day lives have changed. While most of the trends have had some sort of technological advancement since they were first popular, they still provide the same value: convenience, health, and a chance for all generations to come together.
How Big Data Can Transform Restaurant Operations
The demand for food delivery is revolutionizing the restaurant industry. By using big data analysis, restaurant brands can put the massive amounts of information gathered during online orders to work, allowing for optimization and disruption at every level.Read More
How Data Can Help Drive Great Restaurant Experiences
In the restaurant industry, it’s important to offer a quality customer experience to every guest, every time. The best brands are using Big Data to fine-tune their operations in order to offer customers seamless, personalized service.Read More
Trick or Treat: Using Digital Technology to Help Guests Avoid Unpleasant Surprises
For today’s hotel brands, personalization has never been more important. The act of welcoming guests has gone beyond simple greetings and fresh cookies; it now includes keeping track of their preferences and providing them with a hyper-personalized experience.Read More
Don’t Be Allergic to Change
Nothing can ruin a guest experience at a restaurant faster than an allergic reaction or not having acceptable dining options to meet dietary preferences. Today’s restaurants must be able to accommodate increasingly diverse guest requirements from avoiding allergens to providing plant-based meal alternatives for vegans.Read More
Stay Ahead of Changing Food and Beverage Tastes
Tastes change. Fads come and go. Food and beverage companies have to stay on top of consumer preferences or risk losing market share. In this environment, Big Data analysis and artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly being used to spot new taste trends.Read More
Our Flavor of the Week
As the food and beverage industry races to keep up with changing consumer tastes and the desire for novelty, artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data can provide a recipe for success. By collecting and analyzing millions of data points on flavors and the psychology of taste, manufacturers can speed up the development of new foods and spice mixtures.Read More
Using Data to Power the Shift from Restaurant to Home
Consumers are increasingly opting to dine in rather than out, ordering food from their favorite restaurants via smartphone apps for pick-up or delivery. The growing enthusiasm for delivery services like GrubHub, Uber Eats, and DoorDash is transforming every aspect of restaurant operations from logistics to physical facilities.Read More
Can You Smell What AI is Cooking?
Burger King has been encouraging customers to have it their way since the 1970s, but innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are giving restaurants the ability to know what customers want without having to ask.Read More
The Virtual Chef: Using Big Data for Cooking Suggestions
Artificial intelligence (AI) and Big Data analysis are two important ingredients in the recipe for innovation in the food and beverage industry. Developers are creating software that can tackle a chore that was once a matter of taste: creating recipes for home cooks.Read More
Promoting Innovation in the Food and Beverage Industry
Digital technology is transforming the food and beverage industry as companies turn to Big Data analysis and artificial intelligence (AI) to find competitive manufacturing advantages. With the proper infrastructure to collect and analyze data, it can be used to provide insights into the supply chain, streamline processes and logistics, and help companies trim costs.Read More
The Secret Sauce: Using Data to Improve Restaurant Service
For consumers at restaurants, a quality customer experience is about more than just food arriving on time or servers who remember to refill their drinks. It’s also about enjoying the dining experience and not walking away with a foodborne illness or an allergic reaction.Read More
Are You Being Served (by AI)?
Consumer tastes are changing, but the retail food industry is finding novel ways to lure customers while reducing costs through innovative technology. Increasingly, companies are relying on innovations in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning to streamline their processes and enhance the customer experience.Read More
Phones on the Table: Creating a One-Stop Hub for Restaurants
As consumer spending on dining out continues to lag, digital apps and Big Data analysis are giving the restaurant industry a chance for renewed growth in an era of changing consumer habits.Read More