Lackluster traffic trends and an uneven economic recovery have forced many restaurant chains to look for creative ways to increase transactions and placed throughput at the center of growth strategies. The ability to serve more guests more efficiently — and improve their experience at the same time — is the goal, but it’s not just about speed of service. Throughput involves all the moving parts of a restaurant, from labor deployment and technology, to equipment and kitchen ...
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