• A comparison study of restaurant technologies found that consumers felt table-side displays of virtual menus with nutritional information to be the most valuable, followed by pagers for table management, hand-held point-of-sale terminals for line busting and online-reservations systems, said researchers for Ithaca, N.Y.-based Cornell University. Other technologies that scored well with the 1,737 consumers surveyed: virtual menus online with nutritional information; kiosk-based ...
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