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Energybox performs a live demo of the SimplyCheck™ solution at the National Restaurant Association Show 2018

Chicago, IL—May 19-22, 2018—McCormick Place, Energybox joined the 99th annual National Restaurant Association Show 2018 to introduce our new SimplyCheck™ Solution to public.

 

National Restaurant Association Show 2018 gave Energybox the opportunity to introduce our SimplyCheck™ Solution to many potential clients in foodservice and restaurant industry. We had the chance to inspire others with our latest technology and energize fellow networking peers through our solutions. Nevertheless, we’re also thrilled to be inspired by other exhibitors and attendees in the event, especially while listening to their success stories and businesses.

 

 

The show brought together a wide range of industry sectors in one space. At more than 715,000 square feet, it contained more than 65,000 total registrants. Over 110 countries were represented at this year’s show as were all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Energybox and other exhibitors showcased innovative products and services aimed at solving the challenges faced by foodservice and restaurant operators today. We consider The National Restaurant Association Show a significant occasion to display our latest innovations in foodservice and restaurant industry.

 

Energybox also had the chance to attend the SuperSession “The Future of Restaurants”. We believe that the continual evolution of disruptive technology provides an opportunity to transform foodservice operations and enhance outlook of the industry. During The Future of Restaurants, leading futurist Daniel Burrus talks to operators and technology developers on the leading edge of restaurant tech and how the overall industry might be better off by catching up with the technology. Energybox is proud to be one of the food and restaurant tech companies to help revolutionize the industry.

 

Stop at our booth 10411 – Lakeside Center to meet the team and find out more about how our products and services can help you run a better business.