The National Restaurant Association’s NRA Show 2014 kicks off today at the McCormick Place in Chicago, and you won’t find a more excited exhibiting team than ReviewTrackers.
This year, the event is set to gather more than 65,000 restaurant, food service, and lodging professionals from over 100 countries. They will come to share, discuss, and learn about the latest restaurant and food service industry trends, innovations, tools and technologies.
One of these technologies happens to be our very own. That’s right: we here at ReviewTrackers are going to be showcasing our industry-leading review monitoring and reputation management software platform at the #NRAShow. If you’re an attendee, make sure you stop by and say hello. We’d love to see you and show you how our software works – and how online reviews from sites like Yelp, Google, and TripAdvisor can positively (instead of negatively) impact your business. If you want, you can even schedule an in-person demo so we can place you in front of the line at Booth 6751.
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One of the reasons why we’re so excited about showcasing our product is because reviews today significantly influence consumer behavior. According to a Harvard Business School research study, a one-star rating decrease on a review site can reduce your restaurant’s revenues by nearly 10 percent. A one-star rating increase, meanwhile, can drive more traffic and sales to your business.
A scalable, easy-to-use tool based on proprietary data collection technology, ReviewTrackers helps business owners track, collect, centralize, and analyze online reviews from all major review sites. That way, all the data is easier for you to manage. ReviewTrackers also includes a Review Request feature, which is designed to make the process of collecting customer feedback faster and more streamlined than ever. If you have more questions, you know where to find us at the NRA Show: Booth 6571. See you there!
Keep checking into the ReviewTrackers blog and stay tuned for more on this year’s #NRAShow (you can click the tag for all event-related posts). You can also check out Twitter for tweets with the hashtag #NRAShow.