Digital menus are slowly becoming commonplace in fast food and casual eateries. This advancement in technology is an major improvement for, not only customers, but store owners as well. Visibility to menu items has dramatically increased, while costs spent on board replacements and LTO changes have decreased.
High-quality foods are contributing to QSR growth, but the way operations are run play a big part, too. Be it immediate service, a smile through the speaker, or a simple thank you, these chains have something that your drive-thru restaurant may be missing.
Society is more health-conscious than ever before. Food’s focus has left what tastes good, and has arrived at what ingredients are on the plate. This change in focus has hit the fast food industry especially hard, considering fast food is more easily made with a fryer and carbs. However, drive thrus featuring lower-fat alternatives and better ingredients are receiving positive feedback and profit gain for their efforts.
Each of our timers are designed with customers in mind. Fast Track timer systems increase customer satisfaction and provide insight into how quickly staff members get an order out, how efficient your quick-service business is, and how to set feasible efficiency and productivity goals.
It’s true, the customer ordering process has scattered in only a few years’ time. But you and your business can keep up with consumers’ needs, lifestyles, and trends, while staying in business.
The benefits of digital menu boards over static can be generally organized into two groups: hard (quantitative) benefits and soft (qualitative) benefits. Over the past several years, industry research, as well as our own customer experience, has shown measurable quantitative and qualitative benefits associated with implementing digital menus.