Industry Updates: Retail and Foodservice Technology – July 2014
Hungry Howie’s has selected Revention Inc. HungerRush Online Ordering through a multi-year agreement.
McDonald’s is testing an app for mobile ordering. The service is being tested in 22 locations in Georgia and Alabama.
Panera Bread invested $42 million on ordering technology including iPad ordering kiosks, mobile and online ordering interfaces, and a feature that lets guests order at the table.
Pollo Campero has selected and rolled out NCR restaurant technology solutions across its locations, including point of sale software, terminals, and biometric readers.
Starbucks is planning to test mobile ordering in an undisclosed market this year, enabling consumers to place orders through its mobile application.
Target Corp. is rolling out a new image-recognition mobile app, called In a Snap, targeted towards back-to-college shoppers. The free iPhone app enables customers to scan, select and purchase items.
Supermarket & Convenience:
Daily’s Convenience Stores has selected NCR’s Radiant point of sale solutions at its store in the state of Florida.
Fairway Group Holdings has renewed its price optimization license with Revionics for three years as well as expanding the service to include promotion optimization.
KTA Super Stores has implemented Symphony EYC G.O.L.D. to the latest software for its six supermarkets in Hawaii. The new capabilities include direct store delivery (DSD) and invoice reconciliation.
Apparel & Department:
Jimmy Jazz has implemented NetSuite OMX to support its e-commerce storefront.