For The Love of Food

Dating back to the Greek Empire, food and dining as a group has been viewed as a way of enjoying company and conviviality. This tr

How Food Service Operators Can Win More Campus Contracts

Attracting and signing new clients in any business can be a challenging and lengthy process, especially when a long-term contract

We’re FIIT POE. Your customers are going to love us.

You want to keep your existing customers happy while growing sales and a loyal customer base. Right? There is no doubt that cloud-

FIIT POE Featured on CR80 News

On CR80 News 8 December, 2017, by: Andrew Hudson For most students at most universities, visiting the dining hall is part of the

How to Use FIIT Data to Grow Your Dining Business

The FIIT Point of Experience is a groundbreaking solution that takes your dining experience to a new level by making it more perso

Five Food Trends in Campus Dining

Life on campus – and modern life in general – moves fast and changes quickly. In an effort to help you stay on top of

Becoming a Millenial Friendly Service

A number of campus food service providers have been under pressure from students to change their operations. Some students are loo

For The Love of Food

Dating back to the Greek Empire, food and dining as a group has been viewed as a way of enjoying company and conviviality. This trend of embracing the experience and not just the cuisine continued throughout the Roman era, where convivium (Roman dinner party) became a pillar of everyday life. Despite society having come a long way since then, not much has changed with regards to this practice. As per Professor Ayelet Fishbach’s 2016 study in the Journal of Consumer Psychology, colleagues who ate similar food together experienced higher rates of closeness and trust, as compared to those who ate alone. She wrote in the study, “People tend to think that they use logic to make decisions, and they are largely unaware that food preferences can influence their thinking...

How Food Service Operators Can Win More Campus Contracts

Attracting and signing new clients in any business can be a challenging and lengthy process, especially when a long-term contract is at stake. This is certainly true in the case of campus food service contracts. Food services play a key role in the day-to-day lives of college students, and thus require routine assessment of their performance by both campus staff and students alike. With performance under such consistent scrutiny and new contracts hard to win, how can a food service provider stand apart from the competition? The following are some key strategies you can implement to maximize the chances of winning those high-value campus food service contracts. Offer an engaging and personalized service. • Know Your Students by Name Why does calling someone by their name matter? Because our brains actually "light up" when...

We’re FIIT POE. Your customers are going to love us.

You want to keep your existing customers happy while growing sales and a loyal customer base. Right? There is no doubt that cloud-based and integrated technology solutions are driving businesses today. But how do you leverage this technology and not lose the essential personal touch and human connection that keeps customers coming back? Consumers are more savvy than ever and take full advantage of the technology that makes their lives easier, but these same consumers still want personal, human connection with brands they trust. Is there a balance between convenience and connection?   What is a Point of Experience? FIIT Point of Experience focuses on making corporate and campus dining businesses more successful by bringing technology and human connection together for an optimal brand experience. Integrating mobile and POS technologies to create a...