Social media — it’s not just for sharing information, bragging about killer meals or dropping special offers any more. Foodservice companies are using Twitter, Facebook, foursquare, Yelp and other social platforms for everything from battling a competitor’s advertising in real time to improving in-house processes. That was the dish on the topic among chief information officers and other ranking technology executives during the recent FSTEC 2010 Technology Conference & ...
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