CBORD’s decades-long partnership with Oracle means our customers can rely on a superior overall patron experience using leading POS technology.
Eliminate your single-use disposable takeout containers with OZZI and CBORD.
University of Kentucky (UK) launches its groundbreaking WildCard Mobile ID, in collaboration with industry leaders CBORD and HID.
4 out of 10 foodservice decision-makers believe future success depends “to a large extent” on creating new foodservice revenue streams.
46% of respondents said they were only somewhat or not at all satisfied with the progress they’ve made attracting and retaining staff.
Today, many hospitals are interested in providing patients, guests, and staff with more dining options and choices.
Learn about CBORD’s recent recognition for its impactful innovations in malnutrition identification and diagnosis.
Learn ways to focus not only on increasing efficiency in your operations, but also on bolstering the bottom line by increasing revenue. With linked technologies and operations, institutions can have a flexible framework that allows them to build revenue by continuing to give their customers what they want.
When asked what outcomes are critical to their future success, higher education administrators place attracting and retaining students at the top of the list. Read about how technology can help colleges enhance the student experience through data-driven decision-making.
The connected campus integrates systems to bridge organizational silos, enable centralized management of operations, and deliver the right experience to students. But it does not need to be implemented all at once — it can be done gradually over time. A roadmap allows institutions to break the overall initiative into manageable phases that focus on the destination: the connected campus.
Find out how data analytics can help you identify opportunities for improved efficiencies and streamlined workflows in healthcare foodservice.
Is it possible to centralize and provide site flexibility? With the right technology, it is. Read this blog post to find out more.