Joint project between ITHQ, Alfred Intelligent Cellars and the Ministère de l’économie et de l’innovation as part of the Post-Pandemic Economic Recovery for the Restaurant Industry
Quebec, August 30, 2021 – Considered an important technology partner for restaurateurs across North America, UEAT is proud to do its part and provide members of the restaurant industry with the tools they need to run successful businesses. UEAT will provide extensive training as part of the Technologies au service de la restauration program (in French), which has been launched today. Created by ITHQ (Institut de tourisme et d’hôtellerie du Québec) and Alfred Intelligent Cellars, in collaboration with the Ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation (MEI) as part of the post-pandemic economic recovery for the restaurant industry, this training program aims to provide the restaurants, hotels, and bars with specialized training on new technologies and best practices in management.
UEAT proprietary technology, powered by artificial intelligence, enables restaurateurs to offer direct online ordering for their customers as well as contactless self-ordering solutions for on-premise dining. As part of the training program, UEAT will provide free training courses starting in October 2021. Two separate modules, one in the fall of 2021 and one during the winter of 2022, will give participants the insights and pragmatic strategies to thrive in today’s omni-channel restaurant industry that caters to an ever-growing digital-native clientele.
The first training module will tackle online ordering and how turn even higher profits thanks to proven tactics. It will also address the tremendous potential of artificial intelligence—and how UEAT has democratized this advanced technology for restaurant chains and individual restaurants alike. UEAT will also explain how to better manage third-party delivery apps and how restaurants can offer delivery without adding more staff.
“We are very proud to share our technology expertise to budding restaurateurs. Throughout the pandemic, UEAT has helped restaurant owners overcome the tremendous stress and challenges caused by the global pandemic. We hope that this new program will be the springboard to successful ventures in the future,” said Alexandre Martin, UEAT’s CEO. “The fact that the training sessions are online and free is ideal for all restaurant professionals who are grappling with very busy schedules. All participants can count on UEAT to sharpen their digital skills for the long-term viability of their restaurants.”
For program details and registration (in French): www.ithq.qc.ca/technologiesrestauration.
Located in the province of Quebec, UEAT creates innovative online ordering solutions to help thousands of North American and European restaurateurs optimize their operations, increase profitability and build customer loyalty. UEAT provides an intuitive and cutting-edge platform powered by RAI™, an artificial intelligence module that customizes menu items according to the user, the weather, or a special event for a more personalized shopping experience. UEAT recently received the SME of the Year award from the Quebec Technology Association (AQT).