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Drive-thrus are changing with society, with QSRs increasingly focusing on technology to improve their efficiency in a world of complex menu items and changing customer expectations. Install an Order Confirmation Board Order confirmation boards (OCBs) expedite the process of making sure an order is correct, freeing up employees to prepare food...

Fast casual restaurant concepts offer the convenience of fast food without the full service of fine dining. Fast casual dining consists of a more inviting sit-down ambiance, and often, the ability to build your own meal. This restaurant concept – a mash-up of fast food and casual dining...

To survive and flourish in today’s restaurant market, you need a comprehensive online marketing strategy for your drive-thru business—that will let you build a brand identity, amplify your reach, create awareness, drive customer engagement, and attract a globally spread audience. Once you’ve anchored your drive-thru’s online presence with a website,...

The earliest known stadiums—the term itself comes from a Greek word for a unit of measurement—came from Greece, where stands surrounded U-shaped tracks. Some of those stands were built into hillsides, while others used all sorts of stone—even marble—to give spectators a stair-stepped view of watch foot races. While the...

It’s hard to over-estimate how significantly a restaurant’s drive-thru wait times affect sales, but every 7 seconds a chain shaves off drive-thru wait time equals about a 1 percent increase in sales, according to a recent study. The study’s results found that chains can improve their absolute and relative...

First things first: Dayparting is a fancy word for scheduling, and in terms of digital signage, it refers to playing the right content for the right time of day. For example, drive-thru restaurants can use dayparting features on their digital menu boards to show their breakfast menu until a specific...

While today’s fast food and quick service restaurants are cooking up orders in record time, payments options, such as debit and credit cards or simply cash, are struggling to keep pace. Card-not-present and contactless payment options are trends happening now, with continued expected growth, as drive thru restaurants evaluate...

The success of your drive-thru depends on clear communication, order accuracy and fast service – the basic ingredients for customer satisfaction and repeat business. When your customers choose the drive-thru, quick convenience is probably the main driver so restaurant operators should be aware that every drive-thru...