When Time is of the Essence: Why Your Organization Needs an E911 Location Management Strategy

Posted by Bobbie Cummins on Feb 19, 2019 7:37:33 AM

As office technologies continue to evolve, today’s workforce is less-tied to a fixed location. Many people are making calls across wired and wireless networks, from mobile technologies, from softphones, and in some cases even over web browsers. With this changing landscape, how can your organization ensure first responders can locate an employee in need? When an emergency occurs, employees must be able to quickly dial 911 and trust that first responders will be able to locate them upon arrival. New and growing federal and state regulatory requirements make now the time to develop an E911 location management strategy to ensure employee safety.

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Tags: IT Infrastructure, Project Management, Technology, E911

Order Up: How Digital Ordering is Driving Increased Throughput & Profitability

Posted by Bobbie Cummins on May 14, 2018 9:55:40 AM

The allure of new technology is often reported in the context of attracting younger customers or keeping up with trends, but one of the best business cases for implementing new digital technology in the quick service restaurant space is the ability to increase throughput and drive profitability.

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Tags: IT Infrastructure, Fast Casual, Technology, QSR, Digital Menu Boards

Technology on the Menu: Using Digital Menu Boards to Meet Business Goals and Drive Sales

Posted by Bobbie Cummins on Mar 22, 2018 2:08:19 PM

In today's technology-focused world, fast food brands have struggled to attract customers and increase sales, especially among the coveted millennial and centennial (Gen Z) demographic of 18-35 year-olds. As is the case with most industries, the quick-service and fast-casual restaurant business is being constantly and drastically reshaped by technology. 

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Tags: Equipment Upgrade, IT Infrastructure, Maintenance, Point of Sale, IT Upgrades, Project Management

IT Infrastructure Upgrades Require Thoughtful Consideration.

Posted by Wade Kology on May 8, 2017 7:00:00 AM

IT infrastructure is the lifeblood of a retailer's ability to do business. Every commercial operation has its own specific needs and challenges, and when it's time to coordinate an organization-wide upgrade, the size of the company will dictate how their IT integration partner approaches the project. As this partner oversees the installation and maintenance of all hardware and software, they should provide the same amount of planning and consideration for both regional and national retail chains.

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Tags: IT Infrastructure, Maintenance, Integration, Point of Sale