How Do Ops Plug In And Leverage Connectivity?

Trying to figure out how to leverage the power of connectivity in commercial kitchens has been a major effort in recent years for OEMs and restaurant retailers. Conceptualizing how to improve operational efficiencies is easy, but bringing those ideas to fruition has proved more difficult.

Emerson’s next E360 Webinar, Dec. 11 at 2 p.m. EST/11 a.m. PST,  will focus on how foodservice OEMs and retailers can work together on "The Risks and Rewards of Connecting Commercial Kitchens." The webinar will focus on these key points:

  • The importance of defining the scope and purpose of your connected project
  • An examination of the far-reaching and dramatic impacts to your business
  • Real-world examples of successful and failed connectivity projects
  • Evaluating business models that involve service contracts, recurring revenue or monetization

Paul Hepperla, Emerson’s v.p.-Solutions Integration, Foodservice, will lead the program. Register here.

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