Service times are improving at some fast-casual restaurants using technology that helps track and expedite orders. A number of restaurants that previously delivered food to tables by having runners hunt down numbered placards or tents given to guests at the time they ordered have begun working with technology that relies on radio frequency identification, or RFID, capabilities. Among them is the three-unit Blue Lemon group out of Highland, Utah, and a trio of locations operated by ...
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