As restaurants’ labor challenges continue, a range of solutions are emerging to tackle the issue in creative ways. Bite Ninja, for one, a Memphis-based tech startup offering a remote work solution for select restaurant jobs, announced Tuesday (Aug. 23) that it had raised $11.3 million in a post-seed bridge funding round, bringing its total funding to $15.4 million. The company promises access to its workforce of “Ninjas,” United States-based workers at locations of their choosing, to appear on screens by quick-service restaurants’ (QSRs) menu boards to remotely assist customers at drive-thrus and front counters. "Bite Ninja is currently powering some of the most notable quick service restaurants from coast to coast, providing operators with access to more than 12,000 qualified 'Ninjas' ready to serve customers and fill open shifts," Will Clem, the company’s CEO and co-founder, said in a statement. "We're excited to push forward with the growth including targeting expansion overseas." mcdvoice survey tellthebell survey krogerfeedback survey talktowendys survey panda express feedback survey www.lowes.com survey dgcustomerfirst survey tellculvers com survey www jacklistens com survey www.biglots.com/survey survey talktostopandshop survey The news release noted that the company currently has agreements with “five of the top 20 quick-service chains,” with more expected before the end of the year. The focus on quick service makes sense, given that these restaurant’s customers are more open to efficiency-oriented initiatives that could potentially lower the level of customer service. In fact, research from the May/June edition of PYMNTS’ Digital Divide study, “The Digital Divide: Technology, The Metaverse And The Future Of Dining Out,” created in collaboration with Paytronix, which draws from a survey of around 2,500 U.S. adults, finds that 58% of grab-and-go restaurant customers think more restaurant technology means better customer service. In contrast, just 29% of dine-in consumers think the same.

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Welcome to www.dapfm.com, a portal on punjabi culture. EkNoor Media Group presents Radio Dil Apna Punjabi 24×7 and every Friday night from 12:00 AM to 4:00 AM and every Saturday 4 am to 8 am and Sunday prime time show 9-30am to 12 am On CJMR 1320 AM Band in Toronto Canada. (10 hour weekly on CJMR 1320AM Band) , Radio Dil Apna Punjabi On Air by GurTirath Singh Pasla on Sep 21, 2005, We are on air from Canada Studio, Sacramento (USA),Holland Studio, Melbourne Studio, Sydney Studio, India Studio. EkNoor Media Group promotes Punjabi Culture, Values, Traditions and Beliefs. This is a small effort by us to exhibit the Punjabi Culture and its Diversity to the people all over the globe. The word Punjabi does not only feature Sikhs but all the inhabitants of the Punjab whether they are Hindus, Muslims, Sikhs or Christians. This diversity has made Punjabi Culture very rich. It has inculcated tolerance in the people and it is the power which has kept the Punjabis together through thick and thin, whether they are in India or abroad. EkNoor exhibits this diversity and hence can be called a symbol of Punjabiyat. So, be proud and say DIL APNA PUNJABI.

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