FSTEC News

FSTEC attendees got a preview of what's next in ghost kitchens, loyalty programs and digital attempts to help with labor.

Restaurants are more eager than ever to use customer data. But getting that information from delivery service providers or other tech companies remains a challenge.

Day One of the FSTEC technology conference served up a slew of jaw-droppers about current industry issues, from labor to supply chain to virtual concepts and ghost kitchens.

As a safety precaution, we are still requiring all attendees to be either vaccinated against COVID-19 OR have a negative COVID-19 test result within 72 hours of travel.

Restaurant Community is an online platform dedicated to providing insights and networking to restaurant industry professionals.

The fast casual’s redesigned app was created to “balance speed and joy,” Cava’s CEO said.

A new virtual community on restaurant technology will feature more than 40 speakers over several weeks.

Week-by-week look at the 30+ webinars that make up FSTECC Oct. 26 - 30, 2020   Keynote Webinar: FSTEC “State of the Industry” Wade Hansen, Principal, Technomic Joe Pawlak, Managing P...

Winsight remains diligent in ensuring the health, safety and security of all our attendees.

FSTEC's Attendee Health & Safety Protocols

The fast casual was honored, along with Wingstop and 7-Eleven, by the editors of Restaurant Business at the FSTEC conference.

The fast casual was honored, along with Wingstop and 7-Eleven, by the editors of Restaurant Business at the FSTEC conference.

Domino’s Pizza has been named the most innovative restaurant company in tech and honored with the 2018 Tech Accelerator of the Year award by Restaurant Business.

The chicken chain is testing voice-activated technology, social media and QR codes to improve training and the work environment.

FSTEC and Restaurant Business announce the Tech Accelerator Awards for 2018.