Tag Archives: On-Demand Webinar

Student Hunger GETS Swiped Out

Imagine heading into an 8 a.m. class, and the only food you’ve had in the last 24 hours was a couple of slices of pizza at a school-sponsored event. You’re tired and hungry and cannot concentrate on the morning’s lecture. Hunger is a very real issue on college campuses. An estimated ONE OUT OF THREE

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Room Service Choice Making a Difference

Appetite for Change: Room Service Choice Making a Difference

Access our recorded webinar today! Join UC San Diego Health and CBORD during our first Customer Talk Back , a free one-hour webinar and your all-access pass to hear from industry foodservice and nutrition professional Jill Martin, director of nutrition services at UCSD Health. Tune in as Jill Martin discusses: UCSD's Room Service Choice Foodservice

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Students Save Time While You Save Money with Smarter Entrance Control

Minimize frustrating queues to dining halls, recreation centers, and other on-campus venues with intelligent technology from Smarter Security and CBORD. It’s a win-win as universities see tremendous benefits, a strong ROI, as well as enhanced security and life safety with Fastlane® optical turnstiles. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how Smarter Security and CBORD are

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Reignite Your Point of Sale

What could an improved POS platform mean for your hospital system? With a total point-of-sale solution, you’ll experience improved reporting features, decreased IT costs, on-demand scalability and a platform that will grow with your organization. Watch our webinar to hear from our industry expert CBORD Senior Product Manager Scott Jerabek as he discusses what an

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Ready, Set, Benchmark

When you truly understand your data, you can then begin to understand how meaningful and impactful this information can be. With CBORD Analytics, you are able to identify patterns and spot trends, and measure performance to uncover opportunities that drive greater efficiencies and improve your bottom line. Watch this free webinar to hear from industry

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Marketing Your Campus Card Program to Generation Z

Did you know that Generation Z makes up roughly a quarter of the U.S. population? Born between 1995 and 2012, it’s predicted that this generation of young people will account for 40% of all consumers by 2020. What are you doing to reach Generation Z? Watch our webinar to learn about the characteristics and buying

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CBORD GET is your one stop shop for cashless and commerce solutions..

The GET App: Expanding the Reach of Your ID

GET convenience, GET time savings, GET the App that allows your staff to forgo the lines and order ahead of time! Proven to boost employee satisfaction and drive revenue, the GET mobile app expands the reach of your employee ID and simplifies the way employees pay for meals, products, and services. With a centralized, cloud-based

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Dynamic Dining with Self-Serve Ordering

Lunchtime on a college campus can be hectic. Hungry students are often rushing between classes and meetings to grab a meal, and often frustrated by long lines during peak dining hours. Offering a variety of ways patrons can place food orders helps decrease those long lines and increase student satisfaction. Join our webinar to learn

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Modern Makeover: The New GET CBORD Student

GET CBORD Student has been redesigned from the ground up! Our platform not only received a complete overhaul, but also has been consolidated down to one codebase for a consistent experience across all devices. No more: “Why can I perform this function on the website but not the mobile app?” A key part of this

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Going from Good to Best: Principles to Optimize Your Food Management Model

Is your foodservice program challenging your bottom line? Are you looking to identify and eliminate waste and generate revenue? CBORD and Rippe Associates have teamed up to deliver the highly-anticipated healthcare webinar titled, “Going from Good to Best: Principles to Optimize Your Food Management Model.” From addressing rising food costs, to labor shortages and limited

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