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Consumer Research Reveals Majority of Restaurant and Hotel App Users Engage Once a Week

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Consumer Research Reveals Majority of Restaurant and Hotel App Users Engage Once a Week

Oracle Food and Beverage Report Highlights Global Consumer Trends In Hospitality App Usage

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REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., Aug. 2, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- A new report titled Get Appy: Do Consumers Use Restaurant & Hotel Branded Apps revealed that a majority of global consumers (57 percent) have used or are using mobile applications to engage with hospitality operators. The study of 15,000 consumers across Europe, Latin America, Asia-Pacific and North America revealed that of the 23 percent that have at least one restaurant or hotel branded app on their mobile device, 70 percent are using them at least once a week. Increased app engagement across global consumers creates new opportunities to personalize service, incentives and menu offerings and highlights the need for modern food and beverage technology to deliver more meaningful guest experiences.

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"Consumers are willing to engage with brands through mobile applications if operators can deliver differentiated value," said Chris Adams, vice president strategy, Oracle Food and Beverage. "Operators that lean into the mobile opportunity for the food and beverage industry will have a significant competitive advantage with greater insight into service preferences and emerging menu trends."

  • Of the 23 percent of consumers who have download a restaurant or hotel app, two-thirds have more than three apps on their devices.
  • Asia Pacific leads with 82 percent of consumers using a hospitality app at least once a week compared to 54 percent of consumers in North America.
  • One in five global consumers has at least one app for a food delivery service and 23 percent have a booking app for hotels or restaurants on their device.
  • Almost a third (28 percent) of consumers have paid for food and drink from an app on their mobile device at least once with increased adoption among Asia-Pacific consumers (37 percent)

"Historically development of food and beverage applications has been cost and labor prohibitive for a majority of the marketplace," said Chris Adams, vice president strategy, Oracle Food and Beverage. "With a modern, cloud-based POS system operators can extend their investment and take control of guest relationships while encouraging long-term loyalty with personalized incentives through an integrated mobile experience."

Oracle Food and Beverage provides operators with API interfaces through Oracle Hospitality Simphony Cloud Service that allow restaurants to extend their POS with mobile integrations. From mobile apps that enable loyalty or ordering flexibility, to back office applications that facilitate smoother operational efficiencies the open nature of the Simphony Cloud platform supports business growth and innovation.

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About Oracle Food and Beverage

Oracle Food and Beverage, formerly MICROS, brings 40 years of experience in providing software and hardware solutions to restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, coffee shops, cafes, stadiums, and theme parks. Thousands of operators, both large and small, around the world are using Oracle technology to deliver exceptional guest experiences, maximize sales, and reduce running costs.

For more information about Oracle Food and Beverage, please visit www.Oracle.com/Food-Beverage

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