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Restaurant Technology

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Online ordering - what's it really worth?

Started by Jeff Epstein. Last reply by Colette Chamberland Jan 26, 2011. 4 Replies

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Comment by Steve Brown on February 4, 2013 at 2:56pm


Stay ahead of the reviews, before they leave or at time of delivery!  See what else we do too.

Comment by Ian Said on January 19, 2012 at 7:06pm
Hello all!
Great to be part of this new community!

I am the founder of , a software development company, specializing in Stock control and POS reporting solutions.

IdealStockControl -
Food service cost accounting software package designed to isolate losses due to theft, shrinkage, over portioning, poor yields and a host of other mistakes that affect the bottom line. For more info

IdealPosReports -
Online POS Reporting System which allows you to view/use any informative reports regarding the performance of your establishment from any computer. The service has been designed to operate independantly of any specific Point Of Sale System and can thus plug into all major POS systems. For more info

Looking forward to this opportunity to connect, grow and learn!

Ian Said
Comment by Todor Krecu on February 11, 2011 at 5:36am
Matt Maloney co-founder of discussing the early days [video]:
Comment by Todor Krecu on January 29, 2011 at 3:35pm
Sign up for foursquare or Find and claim your business at:
Comment by Todor Krecu on December 27, 2010 at 5:45am
The Chicago Local Guide Mobile Application can now be downloaded from the Google Android Market:
Comment by Todor Krecu on December 15, 2010 at 4:18am

Mobile Applications & Marketing with GrubHub and The Meatyballs Mobile food truck in Chicago:





Comment by Selim Dizdar on August 23, 2010 at 1:15pm
I am part of team that developed Mobile Wall for Restaurants
It is a new mobile web service which enables owners and managers of restaurants to publish the menu, specials, and announcements to mobile web and get real-time feedback from customers visiting the restaurant. It is super easy-to-use and all operations can be done via iPhone or Android and there is no need to install iPhone app.
Our service enables you to get realtime feedback from your customers.
Don't wait for a bad review on - act immediately!

Comment by Matt Selbie on August 16, 2010 at 6:55pm
My name is Matt Selbie and I am the founder and President of Oberon3 - developer of OPINIATOR.

Opiniator is an on-the-spot customer comments card where real guests use their own mobile phone to give their feedback about your business whilst they are in your restaurant.

The questions are customized to your offer and to what you want to find out, and the feedback is delivered , analyzed and published in real time BACK to the business via the internet, whilst your customers are still there.

Am looking forward to networking and finding out more about other tech uses aimed at customer retention
Comment by Brandon Munson on July 25, 2010 at 10:07pm
Hello group. I am with Fulcrum Design, LLC, a technology company that specializes in cost effective solutions for the restaurant industry. Our flag ship solution is Mobile Matradee, a restaurant cell phone wait list / pager system. Mobile Matradee eliminates the need for costly pager systems, provides a wait list and or reservation systems. Our technology enables restaurants to text or call guests to seat them or confirm their reservations. We also have an integrated mobile loyalty marketing application especially good to drive business on slow nights. We custom develop solutions as well including mobile apps and websites. Our website is and our blog is No project to small 203-715-4780
Comment by Robert Moorhead on July 12, 2010 at 8:02am
Hello, I am a partner in a company that focuses on restaurant mobile marketing and loyalty branding. Our iPhone app is a "template" that allows restaurants to quickly and easily have their own unique iPhone app with full color menu's, push notifications and take out ordering all from the customers iphone. Learn more at




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