Waiters and waitresses do get busy, and there’s nothing more frustrating during a lunch or dinner rush than to have them ignore your table. “But imagine sitting right down and placing your order from a touchscreen tabletop menu, “says Molloy, the retail space expert.
He went through this very experience at airport eateries in Toronto and Charlotte, which makes sense, since air travelers often have to eat and run. “I saw tablets the size of iPads and you can scroll through, see the descriptions, and order what you want,” he says. “The photography is fantastic and it’ll make some suggestions about side orders, wine, or other things that can go with the menu. “So, would you like apps with that?
Lou Carlozo, Deal News. 8 retail innovations you’ll see soon. Retrieved from MSN Money.