Ask Phillip “Phil” Crawford about the most outlandish proposal of his technology career, and the Yard House Restaurants chief information officer leaves you slack-jawed with a tale about one that was put to him, as opposed to one he cooked up.‚Ä© “After our third store, we were approached to drop POS systems and go back to paper, pencils and calculators. It was sold as a more cost-effective way of doing business,” the 36-year-old CIO recalled. “Obviously, that ...
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