Category: Customers

  • Technology Founders Need To Have Experience Working In Hospitality

    The restaurant technology market has exploded in the last few years with new POS solutions, table reservation systems, and business intelligence reporting. With all this new technology, it is easy to get confused about who does what and what the benefits and ROI are for the restaurant. As you are evaluating the newest restaurant tool, it […]

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  • 3 Ways That Experiences Can Make Your Restaurant Stand Out

    There’s a pub down the street from where I live that I’m addicted to and it’s not because of the food. Every week, they host musical bingo, a Cards Against Humanity Night, karaoke, and sometimes special locally sourced dinners. My friend Denise and I arrive every Thursday at 8 pm on the dot to play […]

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  • Why Restaurants Are All In for Private Dining Spaces

    Despite a lagging economy, the limits of the business expense account, and perception that entertaining is a waste of a company dollars, restaurants have embraced and jumped at the private dining or group dining strategy. Through renovations or new builds, most restaurants have added a private dining room or rooms as a way to attract […]

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  • Craftworks Selects Tripleseat for Its Sales & Event Management Needs

    Craftworks Selects Tripleseat for Its Sales & Event Management Needs —————— FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ——————- Jan. 5, 2017  (Boston, MA) – Craftworks Restaurants and Breweries has subscribed to Tripleseat Software for better management of their events business at 60+ restaurants across the country. After trying a different event web application, Craftworks made the change to […]

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  • Tripleseat Customer Spotlight – The Cosmopolitan

    Since its opening in 2010, The Cosmopolitan  has set the new standard for cool on the Las Vegas Strip. They house some of the best restaurants and nightlife and have recently adopted Tripleseat to manage the multitudes of events that they host. Julia Brooker, a member of the Events Department, answered some questions about life before and […]

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  • Event Planner's Perspective: Life is Easier with Tripleseat

    Megan Gardner, Director of Events for Fine Entertainment in Las Vegas, was fast-tracked into the crazy arena of multiple large events. She found that Tripleseat helped her with this big undertaking in a more manageable way. Check out what she had to say in her own words. As a former Events Coordinator with little experience with a large […]

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  • Event Planner's Perspective: How to Manage Yourself While Managing Restaurant Events.

    Erica Albericci, Food and Beverage Coordinator and Private Dining at the Intercontinental San Francisco, shares her tips for successfully managing yourself while managing the busy world of restaurant events. Coffee–check! Water and lots of it–Check! A drawer full of snack bars–check! These are all items required needed to fuel my day as an event manager for […]

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  • 5 Tips for Getting Into That Hot NYC Restaurant

    Any New Yorker (or frequent visitor) knows the deal with new restaurants: You read about them, you get excited, you OpenTable for a reservation, and you find absolutely nothing next Friday night. Or the next Friday. Or the Friday after that. Dining in New York can get discouraging, but it’s possible to beat the crowds. Here […]

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  • The 3 Best Hotel Bars In The West

    We love a good hotel bar. There’s an air of mystery about; a feeling that anyone you meet might be a fleeting acquaintance, or a life-changing soul mate. Sure, we’re romanticizing it, but there’s plenty to get excited about in the hotel bar world when all over the country, hotels are stepping up their food […]

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