Author: Katy Heintz

As Marketing Director, Katy is focused on execution of demand generating activities throughout North America to continuously build ‘top of the funnel’ sales opportunities. This includes tradeshows, email marketing, telemarketing, webinars, advertising via social media, google ad words, publications and more. Katy supports both of our direct and channel sales organizations in the US and Canada to include Brink POS, PixelPoint POS, and our wide range of hardware platforms.

PAR Pay for Restaurant POS Software

A new customer walks into your restaurant. Within minutes, they’re seated, and they’ve placed their order. You dazzle them with quick service, enthusiasm, and great food. They’re already excited to recommend this new discovery to their friends. You’ve basically made it! Then it comes time to pay. For most dine-in restaurants, this is the last

Franchise POS

Multi-Unit operators in food retailing have a unique challenge: creating consistency in hundreds if not thousands of locations, in different states and in different countries.   The original concept was most likely created in a single location under the control and care of the founder. So, how do you ensure that store #787 at an

managing change blog

Supporting Operations and the Customer Experience Software engineers organize something called a “sprint,” in order to create new applications quickly. This means new software releases occur daily instead of annually. If you’ve felt out of breath lately, it might have a lot to do with our Software Society, or Gig Economy, or whatever term that

cashless blog

The good and bad of going cashless. Are you ready to banish the bills and spare the spare change? Many restaurants have already made the move to reduce friction. Fast casual chain sweetgreen went cashless in 2017 and CNBC reported that Shake Shack is testing a cashless, kiosk-only store.  Restaurant Hospitality, reported that the cashless trend is more prevalent among smaller chains

partnership blog

It’s hard to talk about the Power of Partnerships without first talking about the power of an Open API Architecture. If your restaurant POS software isn’t designed to easily communicate with your other POS integration technology partners, you may be missing out on valuable actionable data to drive your operations and grow your business. You

fstec recap blog

With an 81% increase over the last 10 years of reported foodborne illness, operators are looking to technology to help ensure the proper practices. For more than 20 years, FSTEC has been helping restaurant industry leaders address very real business challenges. FSTEC2017 this past September in Anaheim, California was no different. Here are PAR’s Top insights from