The bar and restaurant industry has been one of the hardest hit during the pandemic. There is a glimmer of hope on the horizon, however. Starting November 1st, the easing of sanitary measures announced by the government will enable establishments to welcome a greater number of customers. Bar and restaurant owners are nonetheless left to contend with the increasing cost of food and an especially difficult labour shortage. Thankfully, there are some technological solutions to help them rise to the challenge.
Particularly at work, physical distancing can become elastic after some time. However, if everyone wants to go back to work with their colleagues, clients, and suppliers, health and individual and collective safety are as much a priority now as they were at the start of the pandemic.
Cloud computing democratizes corporate communication for businesses of all sizes, paving the way for new possibilities and big savings that can be reinvested in your growth. Here are three reasons to adopt unified communications.
The exploitation of Big Data opens doors onto the consumer world. More than ever before, it’s possible to paint a clear and concise picture of each individual consumer in order to better target their needs.
Are you one of those people who need to maximize every minute of every day? Do you want to be more efficient at work? We’ve put together a list of the top work-related apps, broken down into four distinct categories. This list of helpful mobile apps will simplify your life and help optimize your time.
Despite impeccable service, sometimes customers are required to wait longer than expected, whether at a restaurant or in a waiting room. Here are three suggestions to help make the experience as pleasant as possible.
Online, first impressions are crucial. Within 15 seconds, users visiting your page make a choice. Either they click on the little red x at the top of the page, or they stay on your site.
In 2018, 257 restaurants in Québec filed for bankruptcy. It’s therefore essential that restaurants and bars learn how to stand out from the competition!
Le coût d’une panne de réseau peut avoir des conséquences dramatiques pour une entreprise. En 2017, les entreprises perdaient en moyenne 100 000 $ pour chaque heure d'arrêt sur leur site (selon Forbes)! Le temps, c’est de l’argent, mais c’est aussi du service. Voici trois situations critiques où une entreprise ne peut se passer d’une connexion fiable.