At the NRA Show 2014, Microsoft will showcase new Internet of Things technologies (IoT) that assist restaurant operators to better customer experience and find new revenue streams.
Microsoft says its customers can connect their things to gather, store and analyze data. Its partners are showing their IT solutions that will support restaurant to better customer experience, said Kristin Flandreau, Americas Group Business Lead, Microsoft.
MICROS, a partner of Microsoft, will demo its new MICROS mTablet with the Engagement Feature that enables restaurants to implement Internet of Things. The solution enables restaurant managers to view and analyze data from POS, mobile POS and industry tablet endpoints.
The MICROS mTablet with the Engagement Feature assists restaurant managers to have a real-time view of restaurant wait lists and reservations, as well as sales and inventory data in order to ensure better customer service.
MICROS Simphony — on Windows 8.1 Professional or Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry — coupled with new mTablet E-Series on Intel Atom processor – offers touch experience to hospitality and retail operators.
Microsoft said the new NEC Retail Stanchion Solutions, which will be showcased at the NRA Show 2014, enables restaurants to utilize data collected from disparate endpoints within a store to better customer experience and revenue.
Dinerware’s Dinerware POS application enables restaurateurs to utilize data collected from POS, mobile POS and tablets including Windows Embedded 8.1 Industry tablets. Restaurant managers can access over 80 real-time reports covering all aspects of business operation.
InfotechLead News Team