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How Digital Menu Boards Boost Drive-Thru Sales and Efficiency

How Digital Menu Boards Boost Drive-Thru Sales and Efficiency

While digital signage is more expensive than traditional illuminated menu boards, studies show that the additional investment pays off. Although digital menu boards can be roughly twice the $12,000 price of high-end light-box boards, QSRs are seeing an ROI in 12 to 18 months, along with reduced total cost of ownership (TCO) over the normal life of the equipment.

Monday, June 24, 2019/Author: IV DIckson, Director, Digital Signage /Number of views (347)/Comments (0)/
7 Crucial Considerations before Taking Your Digital Signage Outdoors

7 Crucial Considerations before Taking Your Digital Signage Outdoors

The business benefits of the technology are well-established. Outdoor signage enables highly targeted marketing, customer experience improvements, increased advertising revenues, reduced printing costs and advanced data analytics capabilities. Howver, reaping these benefits requires a well-thought-out strategy and a robust IT infrastructure.

Monday, June 17, 2019/Author: IV DIckson, Director, Digital Signage /Number of views (192)/Comments (0)/
Can QSR Networks Support Emerging Technologies?

Can QSR Networks Support Emerging Technologies?

These technologies require additional network capacity — and QSR networks are feeling the strain. Without technology upgrades to increase bandwidth, improve reliability and enhance security QSR technology initiatives risk failure.

Monday, June 03, 2019/Author: John Meek, Director, Product Management/Number of views (241)/Comments (0)/
Older APs a Culprit in Many Wi-Fi Performance Issues

Older APs a Culprit in Many Wi-Fi Performance Issues

Aging or outdated access points (APs) are often-overlooked sources of Wi-Fi performance issues. Older devices may only have radios in the 2.4GHz spectrum, or support only 802.11a/b/g/n, which reduces their throughput capabilities. APs that have reached end of support no longer get valuable features such as 802.11r/k/v, improved channel/power management, etc. In addition, growing numbers of users can exceed the capacity of older APs.

Thursday, April 25, 2019/Author: Alex Jinks, Principal Engineer/Number of views (737)/Comments (0)/
New Satellite Hub Ensures Connectivity, Come Rain or Shine

New Satellite Hub Ensures Connectivity, Come Rain or Shine

“Rain, rain go away. Come again another day.”

The old nursery rhyme is a favorite of kids stuck inside on a rainy day, but the sentiment also applies to businesses that depend on satellite connectivity for communication and data services. Heavy rain and other harsh weather conditions can affect satellite reception and cause service interruptions.

Tuesday, April 09, 2019/Author: John Brader, VP & GM, Satellite Services/Number of views (337)/Comments (0)/
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