NFS has welcomed latest industry news that suggests three quarters of families are choosing to eat out together in restaurants more frequently than they were five years ago.
International hotel software provider, NFS is urging hoteliers to take a more proactive approach to encouraging guests to book directly online, following latest statistics that show one in three people are worried about online travel agency booking cheats.
The white paper entitled 'The Top Secrets of Running a Multi-Site Restaurant Business' is now available to download and offers readers the opportunity to find out how using the right head office management technology can make all the difference.
With Millennials (those born after 1995) entering the workforce in large numbers and expected to make up 75 per cent of the global workforce by 2025, workplace managers have to be prepared for a different approach to getting the job done.
Latest research has revealed the number of overseas visitors searching for hotel stays in the UK has increased, leading to increased pressures on owners to integrate efficient booking software technology to keep up with demand.
NFS Technology Group presents considerations for companies looking to take the journey from a fixed working environment to a more flexible use of space, to improve efficiency and inspire performance.
With the increase in the number of meetings, inductions, conferences, exhibitions (MICE), event organisers are increasingly implementing best-in-class technology that can handle the entire event lifecycle from planning to implementation and post event analysis.
The Lovat Loch Ness has integrated NFS Technology Group's specialist hotel management system to ensure the smooth running of hotel operations as well as the restaurant and bar facilities.
New research has found that employees are increasingly dealing with customer enquiries outside of 'normal working hours,' leading to companies seeking more efficient and flexible mobile solutions.
Latest research has revealed that 37 per cent of diners over the age of 35 in the UK, do not want restaurants to use front of house technology, with a further 32 per cent of 18 – 34 year olds preferring a human approach to their dining experience.