Social High Rise in TechCrunch!
“Just like the operating system (OS) for your computer, a restaurant needs a logical set of systems that allow it to do business efficiently.” – Tech Crunch.
In today’s fast-paced restaurant industry, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with the demands of your customers if you’re not adapting and utilizing tech-based services to enhance your business. Today’s customer not only expects excellent customer service in-house, but online as well. So, that’s why TechCrunch rounded up “The Restaurant OS”, a guide for restaurateurs to consider the wealth of technology options to give restaurant owners a competitive edge with customers. The article notes “Restaurant tech is most heavily geared toward diner’s experiences” and we believe that’s rightly so. Social media has become an essential component in helping diners decide where to eat, what to love and what to skip. That’s why we’re proud to be featured under the new tech lists of “Discovery & Marketing” and “Feedback and Communication” as the sole mentioned social media management service specifically for restaurants. We directly offer customer service to your guests online through engaging content, timely responses to customer inquiries, review site management and much more. We’re also partnered-resellers of Single Platform, a menu management system that ensures your menu is consistently updated and accurate, no matter where your customers are searching online. Learn more about our specific services and how we can benefit your restaurant’s online customer service here: http://126.96.36.199/features/.
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