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Restaurant bookings made easy with Bookatable

With over 12,000 partners, many restaurant owners will be familiar with the booking service known as Bookatable.

Bookatable is an online restaurant booking platform, offering point-of-sale, website and app services, covering major cities across the UK and Europe, operating in 9 different languages and across 16 countries. In the UK it is used by the likes of Chiquito, Jamie’s Italian, Las Iguanas, Pizza express, and Hilton Hotels and Resorts. Plus a great number of individual restaurant owners.


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Technology adds a personal touch

Personalised service is today the focus of many hotel providers as a means to tailor a guest’s stay and improve satisfaction. Technology as ever is working alongside businesses to help them to achieve their goals.

Canada’s Delta Hotels and Resorts has launched an app that aims to give its hotel guests a more personalised and local experience.

The app’s guest services include: ordering in-room dining, a before you arrive feature that lets guests to make requests and express check-out with

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World’s first ‘Subconscious Menu’

Pizza Hut Restaurants has created the World’s first ‘Subconscious Menu’ for its restaurants.

Using innovative eye tracker technology by partner Tobii Technology, the pizza chain has built a digital menu that is completed according to where the customer’s eye falls.

The ‘Subconscious Menu’ features images of 20 ingredients most commonly found across all of Pizza Hut Restaurants’ pizzas and in 2.5 seconds it knows which ingredients the customer wants. To do this the menu tracks the ingredients

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The marketing power behind digital receipts

Until recently digital receipts have been tied with online purchases for obvious practicalities, but now they are popping up across numerous retail and hospitality outlets.

The thinking behind these e-receipts is three fold: 1 – They are an eco-friendly option. 2 – They are convenient to the tech savvy customer who doesn’t want to carry lots of paper in their wallet and can benefit from a digital record of the transaction. 2 – They are even more convenient to the business owner who

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Disney uses wearable technology to create more magic

The Walt Disney Company has snapped up wearable technology in an effort to improve customer experience.

MagicBand wearable devices that use radio frequency identification (RFID) technology are being used to engage further with visitors around parks and resorts.

By wearing the bands visitors are automatically able to enter the Disney parks and hotel rooms, purchase food and gifts, use fast-track services and access Disney photographs via an online account.

Speaking at the Digital Strategy Innovation

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