While many restaurant operators often find it challenging to balance investments in technology with near-term profit margins, new research from Technomic Inc. has found that consumers are open to using more gadgets when they dine out and expect restaurants to experiment with new technology. The Chicago-based market research firm disclosed in its “Market Intelligence Report: Consumer-Facing Technology” that 51 percent of recently surveyed consumers said they consider it ...

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