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Automation and Restaurants

67 million voice-assisted devices will be in use in the U.S. by 2019

Welcome to a future where your voice is the main signal for the elaborate data grid known as your life. This is such a great article. I encourage you to read it here. The future is all about AI.

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Michael L. AtkinsonAutomation and Restaurants
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The Voice Economy

Making Orderscape voice ordering easy for hungry consumers

Easy orderscape setup for you to begin a new way

A new era is beginning and I think one could date-stamp 2018 as the year of the Voice Economy. This is sweeping change that will be natural as, well, using your voice to do everything from opening doors, selecting music and ordering food to go. The keyboard is already obsolete, we just don’t know it yet.

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Michael L. AtkinsonThe Voice Economy
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A Restaurant Technology Startup

Conversational food ordering marketplace

We believe digital assistants are the next major platform for commerce — Alexa, Siri, Google Assistant — 10s of millions now, probably rising to hundreds of millions over next few years. But, while we applaud voice as the next UI, we are creating an omni-channel gateway that includes multiple access points for consumers, including chat platforms and even advanced Interactive Voice Response, (IVR) opening up Orderscape to billions of customers globally.

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Michael L. AtkinsonA Restaurant Technology Startup
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Go Where Your Customers Are

The new business mandate to remain competitive

Increase Traffic

Well, hell yes! If you are in business today and not open to what’s new and next, you are on the road to competitive obsolesce. Competition isn’t just around the corner. Its on every corner and in dark sites that you don’t know about and can’t see. The restaurant industry is light years from where it was even five years ago, so imagine what it will become. Everything is moving faster. New advances in technologies and unfettered access to data are the great modifiers and equalizers that will define the winners and losers in the coming years. Last week isn’t where you go for answers anymore. It’s last night and even last the day part. Find new ways to reach your customers and find new customers.

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Michael L. AtkinsonGo Where Your Customers Are
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