Restaurant technology has seen a flurry of change in the past several years as businesses have adapted to new revenue streams and ways of placing and paying for orders. Further, many restaurants have been adopting tech to manage multiple new streams of traffic and to ensure that consumers have the same brand experience across the board. If you adopted new tech tools in quick succession to manage evolving needs and challenges in your restaurant, it may be a good time to step back and assess how well your current configuration is working now, in addition to how well it suits your expected trajectory as a business. For example, has your guest traffic settled into a pattern as people have returned to offices or stepped away from them? Are your menu items generating the right response at the right times? Are you getting the information you need about your business in real time – and then making the necessary adjustments to staffing, menus, ordering and promotions as a result? Restaurant technology can be very helpful in collecting the information that you’re asking it to gather – but it’s also important to look beyond it and assess what information you may be missing. Planning ahead, does your tech need to change or evolve to help you take advantage of opportunities you’re missing right now?