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McCormick and Schmick''s Restaurants Gains New Insight into Dining Trends and Financial Performance with IBM Cognos Express
McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants needed better insight to understand and take advantage of key business trends. Find out why they chose IBM Cognos

restaurants  and Schmick''s Restaurants Gains New Insight into Dining Trends and Financial Performance with IBM Cognos Express McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants needed better insight to understand and take advantage of key business trends. Find out why they chose IBM Cognos Express to deliver that insight. Read More...
Bitcoin Payment Processing Supported by SoftTouch POS
SoftTouch LLC, a developer of point-of-sale (POS) and management solutions for restaurants, announced today its support for Bitcoin payments in its flagship

restaurants  and management solutions for restaurants, announced today its support for Bitcoin payments in its flagship product, SoftTouch POS. The SoftTouch POS now provides an integrated solution for merchants that want to accept the Bitcoin virtual currency. The integrated approach will allow merchants to accept Bitcoin for any transaction. As governments and their central banks continue to play games with currency devaluation and interest rate maneuvering, the Bitcoin virtual currency continues to gain more Read More...
Experience Montreal While at the TEC Vendor Challenge
If you’re attending the TEC Vendor Challenge event and are looking to see Montreal while you’re at it, I’m here to help.From now until the event date in mid

restaurants  where you’ll find several restaurants as well as street artists and kiosks. 2.     The Old Port is a historic port in Old Montreal located on rue de la Commune that stretches along the St-Lawrence River. A view not to be missed! 3.     Place d’Armes square is one of the most beautiful and oldest public squares in Montreal. You’ll get a great view of Notre-Dame Basilica, whose façade is outstanding. I also recommend peeking inside (pictured above). 4.     Chinatown is very inviting for Read More...
Experience Montreal While at the TEC Vendor Challenge, II
This is the second in a series of posts highlighting the best of Montreal, location of the upcoming TEC Vendor Challenge – ERP for Distribution.Today we are

restaurants  downtown, including shopping malls, restaurants, offices, businesses, museums, universities, access to metro stations, train stations, and bus stations. It’s a second Montreal! Make sure to get out and see some of the hot spots, such as the Quartier des spectacles , Crescent Street , and The Village. Shopping: 1. Saint Catherine Street 2. Underground city 3. The Bay 4. Holt Renfrew 5. Ogilvy Restaurants: 1. Atwater Market 2. Deville Dinebar 3. Sho-Dan 4. Il Cortile  (Make sure you get a spot on the Read More...
Talent Management 101: Moving beyond Core HR
From the 1950s to the 1980s, when companies wanted to hire, they simply posted handmade signs on their storefronts, restaurants, or office buildings and waited

restaurants  signs on their storefronts, restaurants, or office buildings and waited for people to flock in with their resumes. An interview was often as simple as asking whether interviewees could do a specific task. If the answer was yes, they were hired—and sometimes started working right on the spot. And that was just the hiring. Managing the employee was a whole other story. Today, talent acquisition and management is very different. Traditional HR versus Talent Management Traditionally, companies managed Read More...
Geac Hopes To See System21 Shine Again Like ''Aurora'' Part 3: Challenges and User Recommendations
One is only to hope that the Geac’s renewed interest in alliances and acquisition will be to the point of effectively enhancing prosperous product lines as

restaurants  competitors like hotels & restaurants, real estate and construction, it is indisputably, a completely different ball game in the global enterprise applications market in the mainstream industries. Modern enterprise applications must be able to support dynamic business requirements, and every vendor is compelled to add much more value to its products and services portfolio to attract and retain customers, rather than mainly investing in the existing bundle of disparate core products and hoping for endless Read More...
Margin Squeeze and Globalization in the Food and Beverage Industry
In the food and beverage industry, the channel master makes final volume decisions and mostly controls the unit price, with the manufacturer having limited

restaurants  produce for consumption in restaurants and eating establishments outside of the home. Products include canned foods, meats, poultry, seafood, dairy, fruits, vegetables, beverages, and other ancillary products such as napkins, paper towels, detergents, and cleaning materials. Food service customers, especially owner-run restaurants, rely on a more personalized approach from their suppliers, which often employ a field sales force to generate new business and take customers orders. This can be an expensive Read More...
Should Your ERP Meal Plan Include the McCloud?
I have observed the enterprise software industry over a number of years, conducting research and reading tons of publications on ERP and other enterprise

restaurants  core idea of such restaurants is to create products that could satisfy most people and to quickly sell a small number of unified products to as many customers as possible at the lowest possible price, with the minimum amount of time spent with each individual customer. Uniformity, a limited menu, high sales volumes, lower cost, and high speed of service are typical features of fast food restaurants. You can see now where I’m going with this… although a direct correlation between multitenant Read More...
Yet Another Branding Debacle (This Time, It''s ERP for Services)
Organizations providing billable services to their clients can benefit from an enterprise resource planning solution. But what makes ERP for services different

restaurants  commercial enterprises such as restaurants, and other businesses providing recreation and amusement organizations involved in health care and social assistance financial and legal organizations, including insurance, real estate, banking, and investment IT services providers and IT consultants Organizations in service industries generally do not need to acquire and allocate vast inventories such as ore, lumber, carrageenan, or copper wire. But attention to resources, and their availability, is no less Read More...
Geac Awakens On Its Deathbed - Part 2: Geac''s Response
While Geac’s balance sheet was boosted by recent events, a more positive sign is the company’s intent to become a true software-developing vendor, not simply a

restaurants  competitors like hotels & restaurants, real estate and construction, it is indisputably, a completely different ball game in the global enterprise applications market in the mainstream industries. Modern enterprise applications must be able to support dynamic business requirements, and every vendor is compelled to add much more value to its products and services portfolio to attract and retain customers, rather than mainly investing in the existing bundle of disparate core products and hoping for endless Read More...
Experience Montreal While at the TEC Vendor Challenge, III
This is the third in a series of posts highlighting the best of Montreal, location of the upcoming TEC Vendor Challenge – ERP for Distribution.The Plateau is

restaurants  New boutiques, bars, and restaurants are constantly opening up. Sights: 1. Prince Arthur Street 2. La Fontaine Park 3. Mount Royal Park (designed by Frederick Law Olmsted) 4. Saint Denis Street 5. Sir Wilfrid Laurier Park Shopping: 1.  Billie —women’s boutique 2.  Philippe Dubuc —menswear designer 3.  Duo —men’s boutique 4.  Zone —unique decorative accessories 5.  Boutique Bubbles —both men’s and women’s collections Restaurants : 1.  Schwartz —world-famous smoked meat Read More...
TEC Industry Watch: Enterprise Software News for the Week of April 10th, 2012
SOFTWARE SELECTIONSSyspro ERP selected by rail car mobility solutions provider TrackmobileETO, Discrete manufacturing

restaurants  stores, travel plazas, and restaurants (over 6,500 users all told), WilcoHess and its employees will be well served by Kronos'' extensive experience in the services industry. —Sherry Fox, TEC HCM Analyst TEC profile for Kronos Workforce Central Suite Press release SOFTWARE VENDOR M&As, PARTNERSHIPS, AND PRODUCT LAUNCHES SAP acquires mobile applications provider Syclo Cross-industry This step seems to be very logical considering SAP''s mobility strategy. As an SAP partner, Syclo has been developing mobi Read More...
Confronting the Immediacy of Now: How Manufacturers Are Using Next-gen ERP to Meet the Need for Speed
First to market. Fastest to respond to customer demand. Fastest to innovate. Just consider how business is consumed with the demand for speed. We even create

restaurants  goods (FMCGs) or quick-service restaurants (QSRs)—to reflect this dynamic. So how do you ensure your own enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution is enabling you to meet the need for speed? Download this white paper to find out. Read More...
Food and Drug Safety: Prevention Better Than Cure (For Sure) - Part 1
Food production and distribution is a serious and strategic business, and I am not aware of anyone in my surroundings that takes it lightly; food can not only

restaurants  tossed around at upscale restaurants, and completely out of touch with the folks than cannot afford even a $0.99 burger (or such junk food) these days. But the country''s top chefs, several of whom traveled to Washington, DC for President Obama''s recent inauguration, hope that Obama''s apparent flair for good and healthy food will encourage people to expand their horizons when it comes to what they eat. These chefs tout locally grown, environmentally friendly and - most importantly - nutritious food . They Read More...
Tracing Food Quality and Safety, or We Are What We Eat, After All (Part I)
Besides the ongoing (seemingly never-ending) presidential campaign and celebrity scandals/gossip, food safety is very much in the news. Indeed, incidents of

restaurants  and food service companies (restaurants and cafeterias). These supply chain member companies have to be concerned about the consumer safety issues, plus the potential negative and even fatal impact on their brands and businesses. For instance, high-and-mighty retailers customarily want ever higher service levels from suppliers (without any negative publicity), while the overall industry itself wants to protect brand value and reduce recall costs. Olin Thompson, a former regular TEC contributor (e.g., Read More...

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