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As the digital signage market continues to evolve, the use of digital menu boards in the food industry has become increasingly popular. Many larger chains have already implemented the technology, but now more and more local takeaways are following suit. With the recent pandemic, the drive-through and contact-free delivery options have grown in popularity, and many fast food restaurants have seen substantial financial growth. This has led to an increase in investment in digital signage technology, including digital menu boards. These boards are not only easier to clean and sanitize, but also allow for quick updates to menus, promotions, and alerts.

However, it’s not only fast food restaurants that are benefiting from digital menu boards, many other businesses such as supermarkets are also starting to see the advantages of digital menu boards in dealing with supply chain issues, and updating their customers on stock levels and price changes quickly. As digital signage becomes more accessible and affordable, it opens up new possibilities for smaller chains and restaurants. With the QSR sector thriving, digital menu boards and self-service kiosks are becoming more prevalent. In fact, a recent survey found that over 88% of respondents were considering swapping to a digital menu and over 66% wanted to add contactless payment points. The future of digital menu boards looks promising as the market continues to evolve, with a growing focus on interactivity and personalisation.

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digitalmenuboards #fastfoodindustry #QSR #digital signage #pandemicimpact #drivethru #contactfree #investment #technology #customerservice #supplychainmanagement #interactivity #personalization

#digitalmenuboards #fastfoodindustry #QSR #digital signage #pandemicimpact #drivethru #contactfree #investment #technology #customerservice #supplychainmanagement #interactivity #personalization