Connor Concepts, one of East Tennessee’s largest restaurant groups, with twelve Chop House and three Connors Steak & Seafood locations across the Southeast and Midwest, has selected Quickcue’s iPad-based guest engagement platform app to help them better know and serve their guests, delivering on the promise both companies promote of delivering exceptional hospitality.

"Our relationship with Connor Concepts is a special one,” says Bo Ferger, CEO of Quickcue. “Connor’s brand is built on an unrelenting commitment to providing guests an excellent dining experience and Quickcue empowers exceptional hospitality, by allowing restaurant to know and serve their guests better.”

“We’re very pleased to be working with Quickcue,” says Mike Connor, CEO of Connor Concepts. “Everything we do must support our focus on delivering a superior experience for our guests, and we think Quickcue meets that benchmark.”

“We’ve been using Quickcue’s waitlist, reservation, and text notification tool – and quite frankly we love it,” says Brenda Werner, Chop House Chattanooga general manager. “It is easy to use, it looks great, and it really helps our staff take better care of our guests.”

“Quickcue is an amazing tool,” says Brian Keyes, area manager of Connor Concepts. “The current waitlist, reservation, and notification app is already very robust, the addition of table management will only enhance our staff’s ability to deliver great service.”

Quickcue is revolutionizing the way restaurants engage their guests. The host stand iPad application, which allows restaurants to administer their waitlist, reservations, text notifications, and an integrated Table Management system in January, is the first in a suite of guest experience products Quickcue plans to offer. Quickcue was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in Chattanooga, Tennessee.

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