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Enhance Restaurants with Intel® Atom™ Processor-Based TabletsThe Habit Restaurants reduces customer wait times, increases employee productivity, and supports 40 percent growth using Dell tablets with Intel® Atom™ processors and Windows* 8The Habit Restaurants is a rapidly growing business specializing in burgers, sandwiches, and other fresh, made-to-order fare. Since 2007, the company has experienced 40 percent annual growth in sales and expanded from 17 stores to over 80. With more locations planned, The Habit needed to ensure that the quality of its food and customer experience remained consistently high from site to site. By deploying Windows* 8 touch tablets equipped with the latest Intel® Atom™ processors for a variety of business processes, the company is taking the customer experience to a new level and improving training for its employeesChallenges• Enhance the customer experience. Shorten customer wait times for receiving food orders at food trucks and restaurant locations• Improve employee training. Streamline employee onboarding and ensure consistent training to maintain high employee standards across more than 80 locations• Enrich the company’s green initiative. Increase the efficiency of internal processes and accelerate the move from paper-based to electronic filesRead the full Enhance Restaurants with Intel® Atom™ Processor-Based Tablets Case Study.
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