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Hospitality & Restaurants, Market Insights

Move Over Martinis, the Three-Click Lunch is Here

Mobile apps, online ordering, and automated kiosks—what’s a restaurant’s best bet for adding tech? More and more eateries in the hospitality industry are paving the way for an automated future—one where sales increase, costs go down, and customers are happier to skip a line and some in-person wait time.

New restaurant technology is becoming a standard, and a digital lunchtime of ordering and paying before picking up your food is becoming the norm. A restaurant with a mobile app benefits with: enticing photos of food for customers to peruse, click-to-call buttons for customers who use the app to get ahold of the restaurant, and easy access to leaving reviews on important sites. Not to mention access to the entire menu, specials, and discounts or loyalty rewards.

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Risk Insight

Wearables in the Workplace

Wearable technology has arrived. No longer just a novelty, millions of Americans use wearable devices to monitor everything from sleep quality and fitness activity to navigation. Whether it’s glasses, jewelry, headgear, belts, footwear, or skin patches, demand and applications for wearables continues to grow. It’s already a $20 billion market, and it’s projected to hit $70 billion by 2025. While much of that growth was driven by individual consumers, businesses may be the next frontier.

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