Author: Robert Peterson, Oracle Food and Beverage
Restaurateurs have dealt with many changes over the last year. Global stay at home orders and an increased need for curbside pick-up and online delivery caused business models globally to shift seemingly overnight. Almost a year later, many business owners are reconsidering investments and attempting to the shift away from relying on third-party delivery apps in favor of offering online ordering and delivery to their customers directly.
Restaurant POS systems with open API, cloud-architectures have gone from a “nice-to-have" to a "must-have" for restaurants. As restaurateurs look ahead toward another year of uncertainty surrounding stay-at-home orders, staggered reopening and new rules yet to be written, investing in a modern point of sale solution that offers agility and speed to market has to be a priority.
Christopher Adams, Oracle's Vice President of Strategy for Oracle Food and Beverage, sat down with Joe Tenczar of Restaurant CIOs to discuss the future of restaurant technology and how Oracle MICROS Simphony can help business owners get back to growth despite continuous change and uncertainty in the industry.
Restaurant CIOs exists to help restaurants navigate the successful use of technology. Researching technology for your business can get overwhelming and confusing at times, Restaurant CIOs provides technology leadership and advice by bringing together CIOs from some of the country's largest brands to help restaurants research and choose the right technology for their business.
The group’s "Flash RFI" gives restauranteurs and their technology decision-makers with a quick snapshot of a tech solution's fundamentals, so they can decide if a deeper dive is worth the time and effort. The latest install of “Flash RFI” features Christopher Adams, Oracle's VP of Strategy for Oracle Food and Beverage answering 10 important questions Simphony POS.
Watch the full interview with Christopher Adams and Joe Tenczar on the Restaurant CIOs website here.