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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, 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...
How Many Bitcoins for That Latte?
Many retail establishments and restaurants may soon be accepting Bitcoin as a valid form of payment at the checkout, says iPad point-of-sale (POS) company Revel

restaurants  Many retail establishments and restaurants may soon be accepting Bitcoin as a valid form of payment at the checkout, says iPad point-of-sale (POS) company Revel Systems . In order to bridge the online digital currency to mainstream retailers, restaurants, and grocery stores, the vendor recently announced a new Bitcoin integration that makes accepting Bitcoin as payment easy, giving their customers even more ways to pay.   Believing that digital currency is the wave of the future, Revel Systems is 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...
Social Media and Customer Experience Feedback
Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and blogs are just a few Internet services that make up the new growing digital world called social media. Many companies have seen

restaurants  up after yourself (quick-serve restaurants), and pouring your own soda rather than a cashier doing it (restaurants). Similarly, the current “wide open west” of social media as a feedback tool will have to acquire more structure. The recommendations presented in this paper move in that direction. Summary Regardless of which channel, method, or approach is the latest fad, the concept of a growing social community is here to stay. But it’s the strategy, not the current hot channel or technology, which Read More...
How to (Ab)Use Your Employees as a Social Platform
Last month I came across Julie Bort''s article Your Company Might Think It Can Control Your Facebook Account Soon, which depicted current social guidance efforts

restaurants  cool atmosphere at their restaurants. For Pepsi, social marketing took the shape of employees receiving free samples of a newly released product, as well as cash to host BBQ events (scheduled on Facebook) at which they would distribute the new product. Post-event social media conversations naturally revolved around the that was fun experience—as well as around feedback on the new product. While all this may sound very positive and beneficial in theory, there are quite a few big “buts” that need Read More...
Food and Beverage
Food and beverage manufacturers and distributors have many challenges on their plate, and even industry giants cannot afford to sit back. Given this backdrop

restaurants  plentiful supply at supermarkets, restaurants, and other food outlets. Part One of the series Food and Beverage Delights. It takes a highly sophisticated global food producing and distribution industry to provide the variety and choice we expect. Succeeding is certainly not easy, owing to fickle consumers, powerful retailers, increasing regulations, globalization, complex management for pricing and trade promotions, and more. Furthermore, margins are razor-thin, the competition is furious, consistent 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...
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...
PMG.net Inc.
PMG has successfully deployed Portal and Compliance solutions in a broad range of industries and company sizes. Our current client list pulls from the

restaurants  Natural Products, Professional Services, Restaurants, Software, Telecom, and Travel. The annual revenue of these clients ranges from $300,000 to over $20 billion. Read More...
DSL Ltd. Selects IFS for Service Management
DSL Ltd., a Canadian commercial food service and restaurant equipment distributor and service provider has chosen IFS Field Service Management and IFS Mobile

restaurants  service provider (to quick-serve restaurants, convenience stores, grocery stores, and independent businesses) for nearly a century, has chosen IFS Field Service Management and IFS Mobile Workforce Management , components of IFS’ Enterprise Service Management offering (which came from the acquisitions of Metrix and 360 Scheduling ). The firm intends to enhance its service business, increase inventory availability while reducing expenses, and optimize customer equipment maintenance.   IFS’ solutions Read More...
Business Case - Dunkin Donuts
Daniel Mourand, CEO, chose Microsoft Great Plains sofware and, today, he does not regret his decision.

restaurants  a cooperative comprising 250 restaurants franchised under the Dunkin’ Donuts, Baskin-Robbins and La Crémière banners, Daniel Mourand thought long and hard before he made his decision. We had a choice of two solutions and both were equally tempting, he explains. We finally chose Microsoft Business Solutions - Great Plains for three reasons. The first reason was that Microsoft had just purchased Great Plains which in our eyes, meant that this was a solid product. The second was that we were familiar Read More...
Epicor Software Corp.: Completing Painstaking
Epicor Software is one of the first vendors and possibly the only mid-market vendor able to natively embrace customer and supplier activities tied to a core

restaurants  banking industry, hospitality markets (restaurants and hotels), newspaper publishing, public safety, property management & real estate, and libraries. Geac is also a best-of-breed provider of mainframe and client/server cross industry solutions for financial administration and human resources (HR) functions, and enterprise resource planning (ERP) applications for manufacturing, distribution, and supply chain management. Founded in 1971, with headquarters in Markham, Canada, Geac has been experiencing a st Read More...

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