Online ordering technology is changing the way restaurants interact with their customers. Enhanced convenience enables hungry customers to order the way they want, using the device they prefer. Online ordering is relatively new, but spreading quickly. The NRA’s latest research shows that 43 percent of consumers have placed a takeout or delivery order online. Restaurants that offer online ordering benefit from having customers satisfied by the convenience. But how else does . . . Online Ordering.
We become so comfortable as things are, we forget life before the luxuries of a given time period. We move on from the brands that supported us as their competitors’ technologies and influence pass them by.
These evolutions used to feel natural, predictable even. Branding and service developed gradually with the needs of society. Today, the world is more interconnected than ever, the pace of our everyday lives unrelenting. There is no time to get comfortable, not a second to snooze. The tortoise does not beat the hair.
Disruptive innovation threatens and compels established players in every sector. Major, market-changing breakthroughs are being implemented and adopted at the speed of wildfire, utterly compromising the existing practices of a business or its industry as a whole.
Cabbies didn’t foresee on-demand ride-sharing and car services, just as hotels . . . . . . Virgin.com