Similar to how Philadelphia was rebuilding after a catastrophic fire in 1730, the restaurant industry has been dealing with its own inferno in the form of the coronavirus, ongoing labor issues, and changing consumer habits.
Though quick response (QR) codes have been around for decades, the pandemic has created the need for a contactless way of interacting with customers that is speedy, accessible, and convenient.
So far, 2020 has certainly been a year. How you define it from there really depends on if you’re a glass half-empty or half-full kind of person. For the restaurant industry, one word comes to mind: resilient. Not to describe the year, but all the courageous hard work of essential team members and restaurant operators
With 88% of the United States now mandating that restaurants switch to delivery or takeout only, more restaurants are expanding their on-premise mobile ordering options to meet the COVID-19 mandates of each state. On-premise mobile ordering is a contactless way to enable ordering and payment right from your customers’ smartphones whether they sit in their cars or
Generating QR codes is an easy way to transform your parking lot into a revenue-generating drive-in using low cost signage with no additional hardware required. This gives your guests a convenient, contactless method to order, pay and pick up their food from the safety of their automobiles, and it’s easy for restaurants to set up,
Quick Response (QR) codes have been around since 1994, when a Japanese company called Denso Wave created the two-dimensional matrix barcode system to track products during manufacturing. By 2011, companies like Skanz were betting they would be the next big thing in social media, creating silicon wrist bands with unique QR codes that would direct