WASHINGTON —The Clyde’s Restaurant Group of full-service operations in and around Washington, D.C., associates rising sales and improved food quality with the transition from printed tickets in the kitchen to display terminals with controllers and order-management software. Such an experience might explain why vendors are reporting that independent and small, multiunit operators increasingly are trying the kitchen display system, or KDS, technology that often is associated ...
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