Customer Success Stories
See how Intel® IoT technologies are helping restaurants and hotels transform customer experiences and grow revenue.
KFC Deploys Fingermark Self-Serve Kiosks
Kiosks powered by Intel® technologies help quick-service restaurants (QSRs) like KFC serve more customers during their busiest hours.
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Verifone Restaurant Kiosk
With integrated point of sale (POS) and e-commerce solutions, kiosks from Verifone help create a personalized dining experience.
The Sinclair All-Digital Hotel
The Sinclair partnered with Intel’s IoT team to deploy technologies for in-room personalization and smart building operations.
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Fresh Insight at the Digital Drive-Thru
A new wave of solutions powered by AI is transforming the drive-thru. Computer vision can reveal details like how many cars are in line at different times of the day or how many turn away due to long wait times. Speech recognition can provide clearer details for less confusing—and faster, more accurate—orders. The results? Happier customers, better demand forecasts, and more-productive employees.
Serving Up the Next-Generation Restaurant
For restaurants, it’s all about the customer experience—and now you can deliver it like never before. Whether it’s self-ordering kiosks or AI-powered analytics, this new world of digital touchpoints is reshaping service and redefining convenience.
Smart Hotels Make for an Incredible Stay
IoT technologies make the digital hotel a reality. Guests can skip the counter with self-check-in kiosks. They can adjust the temperature and lighting in their rooms using a smartphone app and save their preferences for next time. They can get automatic access to the parking garage with license plate recognition powered by computer vision. When hotels can give their guests what they want at their moment of need, they’ll win loyalty that lasts.
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