Accommodating private dining events is an increasingly popular way for restaurants to offset falling traffic in other areas of their business, though managing these affairs remains a cumbersome task for many. The answer to this dilemma, some chains and independents indicate, can be found in different flavors of hosted, Web-accessible event and catering management software. Such technology products increasingly are termed software-as-a-service, or SaaS, offerings. In one approach, ...

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