Upgraded OpenTable has 50 new features

By David Barros

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OpenTable has introduced 50 new features
OpenTable has introduced 50 new features
The restaurant booking and guest management service OpenTable has announced the upgrade of their Electronic Reservation Book software

Free to all existing OpenTable customers, version 8.0 complies with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards ensuring information is kept safe for restaurants that take credit card details to secure reservations.

The upgrade also includes 50 new features, including real time data that allows restaurants to monitor their business in greater detail, information detailing seat allocations and waiting times, and a current waiting list made available to front-of-house staff.

David Pritchard, managing director for OpenTable Europe, said: “We spent the last year in dialogue with our restaurant partners, finding out what new features they wanted to see added to the OpenTable product to help their operations run more effectively and productively.”

The new software will also allow restaurants to create custom profiles for visitors, allowing them to create individual preferences for regulars and personalise service in advance, along with customisable email and SMS booking confirmations.

OpenTable has also introduced a new application for Blackberry users, allowing them to find and book tables at nearby restaurants with their GPS-enabled smartphone.


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