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Workgroups Documents

Below are charters for RTN workgroups, where technology talent from restaurants and suppliers come to the table to discuss specific topics, and build industry consensus around best practices and industry challenges. Assert your voice at the table as we tackle the topics that matter most to the industry.

 

3rd Party Delivery Workgroup

Third-Party delivery services add additional business capabilities, but also significant technical and operational complexity that result in customer dissatisfaction with order accuracy and product quality. These delivery services also lack reporting capabilities that restauranteurs need to manage the business partnership and customer relationship.

Workgroup Charter

 

Buyer’s Guide and Standard RFP

Restaurant professionals seeking to implement Business Intelligence (BI) and Point of Sale (POS) solutions do not share a common understanding of the abilities and limitations of the various platforms that are available. This has negatively impacted the adoption of new business capabilities and processes due to longer time-to-market, increased complexity and additional risks associated with adopting these new systems.

Workgroup Charter

 

Open API Initiative

Restaurant business capabilities and innovation are stifled by an immature technology ecosystem that produces an ever growing and unfullfilled queue of integration partners and disstatisfied customers. Even when integrations are in the business interest of two parties or their customers, there is unnecessary friction at the process and technology level that cause increased time-to-market, waste valuable developer, accounting, marketing and operations resources, and lost business capabilities.

Workgroup Charter

 

Security & Compliance Best Practices

Securing customer, payment, and corporate data has become mission critical in every industry, but restaurants and their technology providers lack industry specific guidance on regulatory issues, physical and cyber-security risks, and emerging technologies. As a result, restaurants and their suppliers need additional guidance to meet the rapidly evolving compliance, operational, public relations, and technical challenges inherent to the restaurant technology & security industry.

Workgroup Charter

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