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PAR Technology | July 08, 2021
ParTech, Inc., a global restaurant technology company and supplier of a unified commerce cloud platform for enterprise restaurants, has added OneDataSource to its Brink POS integration partner ecosystem. PAR Technology Corporation's wholly-owned subsidiary is ParTech, Inc.
OneDataSource is a multi-unit and multi-brand business intelligence platform designed for multi-unit and multi-brand operators with 15 or more locations. Data for every single store in a restaurant operator&...
pymnts | February 10, 2020
This is easy. Hire a data scientist. Or reassign the ones you have. Give said scientist(s) a budget to lease a Tensor Flo server with Google and start parsing transaction data. Use data to build an algorithm. Start creating more customer data to feed the algorithm and then you too can join the artificial intelligence (AI) retail revolution. Not so fast. At one level it’s just that easy. Retailers can engage with an “AI lite” strategy that produces lookalike customer data and a ...
pymnts | February 05, 2020
In retail, peak seasons can be as reliable as clockwork, dependable as and even dictated by spring, summer, fall and winter. Back to school is the longest peak season, stretching through July and August, generating tens of billions of dollars (as estimated by eMarketer) for kindergarten through 12th grade and college-focused retailers. The traditional holiday shopping season, which lasts from Black Friday onward, still accounts for roughly a quarter of annual sales for retailers in general...
pymnts | January 28, 2020
Thinking about the future, even in the most optimistic of times, is not always a pleasant exercise in crafting dreams and goals. Hard, cold choices are usually involved. And in the world of retail, those choices about where to invest are becoming harder and colder for some executives as they try to figure out where commerce is going in the next few years, and what is worth putting fresh money into. The Wall Street Journal recently drove home the point. “Global trade conflicts, an upcoming ...
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