Demonstrate to other participants of the market that you like innovations, that you remain up-to-date with evolving technologies. Innovations help decrease expenditures and improve table service.
Don’t avoid robots; don’t be afraid to introduce them into your restaurant business. Our researches show that people like robots.
Here are some links to how robot-waiters are used in the world: A restaurant in China is trying to revolutionise customer service by introducing robot waiters to deliver food and drinks. (bbc.com)
A restaurant owner in China is opting to save on employee wages by foregoing traditional servers and using robots instead. The eatery, located in a shopping mall in Ningbo, a city in China’s northeastern Zhejiang province, has become a big tourist draw with its futuristic waitstaff. (foxnews.com)
Hospitality goes hi-tech: Robot waiters and butlers are a reality (theaustralian.com.au)
Robots Are Coming for Waiters’ Jobs (nymag.com)
A robot waiter serves fruit to customers at a restaurant in Xuchang, Central China’s Henan province, Jan 11, 2015. The robot, worth $13,000, has been put into use to serve customers at the restaurant for ten days. (china.org.cn)