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Is it Time to Reinvent the Drive-Thru?

Is it Time to Reinvent the Drive-Thru?
  Traditional American fast food is perceived by many to be inevitably unhealthy; however, it doesn’t have to be. Amy’s Kitchen is reinventing the classic American drive-thru Read more

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The Newest Ways Restaurants Are Embracing Automation
October 3, 2022
A recent Capterra Survey found that restaurant automation is on the rise. It comes as no surprise. Covid spurred innovation and restaurant technology. And since returning to normal, restaurants have Read more
How Construction Companies Can Increase Profitability Through Cash Flow
October 3, 2022
Traditional lending for small businesses leaves much to be desired. For one, it is expensive. Businesses such as construction companies rely on loans to complete projects as they are required to Read more
Change Starts Here: Live Life in Crescendo
September 30, 2022
 Live Life in Crescendo: Your Most Important Work is Ahead of You is the new book by Cynthia Covey Haller. Haller, a teacher, and speaker outside of her writing duties, spoke with Dustin Odham Read more
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Is it Time to Reinvent the Drive-Thru?
November 17, 2021
  Traditional American fast food is perceived by many to be inevitably unhealthy; however, it doesn’t have to be. Amy’s Kitchen is reinventing the classic American drive-thru Read more
Can the Rideshare Business Model Address All of its Accessibility Concerns?
September 24, 2021
Key Points: Gig work transportation companies like Instacart, Lyft and Doordash have faced several ADA lawsuits for lack of application accessibility for the blind and Read more
How Virtual Schools will Lead the ‘Next Normal’
February 9, 2021
For some industries, 2020 was a boon to business. Their vision and innovative thinking were finally acknowledged and given the attention they deserved. One of them is education–specifically Read more
Why a Multiscreen Classroom is the Future of Learning
January 25, 2021
Hybrid-remote learning provides the flexibility and freedom schools, parents, and students need in the current pandemic. However, moving a traditional classroom that’s built for face-to-face Read more
How Campus CIOs can Keep Up With Rising WiFi and Connectivity Demands
November 27, 2020
If colleges and universities want to achieve their strategic goals in the digital era, they need a reliable, high-speed network infrastructure. But with the demands on campus networks growing Read more
Five Ways Online Learning Can Be Better Than In-Person Learning
May 27, 2020
The University of Cambridge has announced that all lectures will be offered online for the academic year beginning in October 2020. Other UK universities are expected to adopt similar policies, Read more
Trish Morgan’s Magical, Fantastical Imaginarium: What School Could Be in Hawai’i
December 19, 2019
 EdTech is all about putting the right tools in the hands of curious, creative kids working on projects that really matter. In this last episode of the What School Could Be in Hawaiʻi podcast Read more