What Will Your Restaurant Look Like In 2025? Take a Sneak Peak To See If You Will Be Ready

    

Six years from now - what will the future look like for your restaurant, your customers, your employees?

Dear Future, Im Ready... written on desert road

When you think about the recent rapid changes in technologies and how it has affected the way consumers shop, find restaurants and order their food - in 6 years we could see some radical effects on the ways restaurants will operate - and these new technologies will impact those that survive and thrive and those that won't be here anymore.

From biometrics to robotics, Oracle Food and Beverage surveyed restaurateurs and consumers to explore which technologies they believe will be widespread in the food and beverage industry by 2025.  Among the topics Restaurant 2025 explores: artificial intelligence, biometrics/facial recognition/3D imaging, robotics, voice activation, wearable technology, virtual reality, drones, and 3D printing.

How will new technology change the way that you run your restaurants?  Here is a sampling of what they found out:

  • 50% of guests do not want to be served by a robot but 80% of operators say robots will be cleaning restaurants by 2027
  • 50% of guests want to be recognized without giving a name or loyalty card
  • 54% of restaurant operators would like to see artificial intelligence helping with menu planning 

We have included the entire report if you are interested in what the future holds, and to find out if you and your business will be ready.

Step into the future and download the report here.

Or give us a call at 907-243-2683.  Our team is excited to help you look into that crystal ball and see what restaurant technology can do for your business.

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About The Author

Lynn literally grew up in the point of sale and cash register industry – and is now at the helm of the family business. She enjoys working with local Alaskan businesses, especially restaurants, grocery stores, and retail operations - helping them control costs and increase revenues through well managed point of sale solutions. Besides running the company, Lynn has also served on the Board of Directors, and as Chairman of the Board, for the Retail Solutions Provider Association.