TORONTO, Oct. 22, 2015 /CNW/ -- OpenTable, the world's leading provider of online restaurant reservations and part of The Priceline Group (NASDAQ: PCLN), released the Canadian results of its "Technology and Dining Out" research survey, which provides insight into what diners want from technology before, during and after the dining experience. The company also launched its new e-Book, Technology and Dining Out 2015 – Canada Edition, available in English and French.
The study explores everything from what diners think of emerging in-meal technologies like on-table touchscreens and mobile payments, to whether restaurants googling diners before they arrive is creepy or cool.
The survey of more than 7,300 diners across Canada concentrated on six metro areas, including Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver and Winnipeg. The respondents were aged 18 or over and had made at least one reservation on OpenTable in the past 12 months.
Restaurateurs who are interested in learning more can download the entire OpenTable Technology and Dining Out 2015 study and e-Book for free. For more information regarding regional survey results, please refer to the Appendix of the OpenTable Technology and Dining Out 2015 – Canada Edition e-Book at https://go.opentable.com/rs/531-AOS-877/images/OTTechnologyAndDiningOut2015eBookCanada_FINAL%20ENG.pdf.
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