LAKE FOREST Calif. Del Taco, based here, the nation's second-largest quick-service Mexican chain with 495 restaurants, is reaping benefits from two different mobile computing applications, executives said. In one instance, the chain is slashing the costs of after-hours and other special-circumstance information technology maintenance with wireless-network-enabled mobile computers, according to chief information officer Henry Volkman. In the other, he said, Del Taco is boosting the ...
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