The deployment of feature-rich printers continues in foodservice as operators seek to improve customer-service efficiencies, sharpen their competitive edge and minimize repair and replacement expenditures. Some establishments, such as 62-unit, Louisville, Ky.-based fast-casual operator Tumbleweed Southwest Grill, are deploying more sophisticated, belt-mounted wireless receipt printers with added security accoutrements. Others, such as 18-unit Macayo's Mexican Kitchen of Phoenix, are ...
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