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And speaking of technology costing jobs pay -- the table devices could be the future of casual dining.
With -- National Restaurant Association finding that more than half of diners would use an electronic payment device if available.
Also the lender is the CEO and president of the immune say the name of the company because I'm gonna ballot up for sure are -- -- -- -- -- The -- it's great to see you how -- restaurant that this is an.
At the table Lloyd and it does more than just provide you the ability to pay your bill at the end of the -- -- What do you do and how many restaurants -- -- so far.
So when a couple of hundred restaurants which means was serving -- Bristol million guests every month.
What it's about primarily it's the gift of time in this three sets of folks who benefit from not -- first of all it's about the guest who is at the center of everything we do.
We giving them control of their experience in the ability to actually get and -- -- enjoy it and take less time.
For this because they're spending more time in the restaurant instead of filling in entries on the POS that getting more time with the guest.
And then for the restaurants the gift of time they getting used to doing Foster table sense that the same time they getting happy -- -- -- sales.
Could you do away with the need hearts are far away I mean you could have of -- have essentially.
To someone who brings the -- the table what you eliminate any potential interaction.
Between the costs are and the serve our.
Let me let me address that -- straight away.
The casual dining space there with focused on weekly they were about the guest experience and gets go into casual dining expecting to be -- They love the fact that they get some more control of the ability to pay when they want to -- -- -- -- they want to assault.
But they expect to be so -- so law.
Our entire mobile is trying to be a serve -- assistant not -- service replacement and in fact if you talk to the service enough stole us.
-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- I would -- my looking like replacement is if you have yeah if you to have if you pay when the server isn't there even nearby.
And you know fill in and that's debt you know what you couldn't you could feel the need to -- if your friend golf and all of shaped like a lot of big one out.
-- what what it -- happens typically when you tip today.
You to be when you most frustrated you can't find the -- -- that business process of doing of throwing of the -- Now you get -- finishing mail.
Paycheck and -- -- it's a really great experience and what we're finding is if you blend dolby averages in our restaurants together.
Previews the else it's about 15% average -- I'm with the is -- -- it's nearly 20% -- so.
Gets off sending a message that they really love this and that paying -- -- is more not less.
New technology is great to see Austin thanks for being here Austin -- -- FiOS.
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