Hospitality use of Internet of Things technology can already be seen in Disney’s MagicBands, amusement parks and guest room control systems, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. IoT will expand to enhance both guest experience and operations efficiency in everything from deploying staff where guests are congregating to preventing equipment breakdowns. On exhibit at CES this year, for example, was a sensor that measured UV risk at its specific location and advised when to reapply sun screen; imagine this sensor embedded into a hotel’s pool chair, sensors will measure UV intensity and turn on buzzer to provide sun screen or automatically provide sun screen. This kind of adaptation we properly include in our hospitality system bring great change in restaurant business.
Main reason behind the failure of most of the restaurant management system is negligence or illiteracy to bring latest trends in hospitality. Diners have many demands, and to be successful in the business restaurateurs need to be able to meet those demands, giving at the same time a flawless dining experience no matter if it is rush hour. With the help of an efficient restaurant management software we can meet the needs of diners. The latest technology restaurant system, with their high levels of agility and flexibility, will serve as a cornerstone for successful future restaurant in creating competitive precedence.