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Techuisine | Episode 4 | Savneet Singh

Savneet Singh, President and CEO of Par Technologies, joins Steve to talk about the future of technology in restaurants. Savneet has served on the boards of a number of private and public companies, and been awarded Forbes 30 under 30. His take on what technology is useful to the restaurant industry, versus harmful, is radical and refreshing. Check out Part 2 of his interview here.

Savneet Singh

8 min - 08/22/2023






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Meet Your Hosts

Steve Bigari

Steve Bigari, founder and CEO of SYNQ3 Restaurant Solutions, is a leader in disruptive innovation for the restaurant industry. A true Imagineer of the restaurant business, Steve’s vast knowledge of “all things restaurant” is challenging traditional paradigms—and driving dramatic change in the business. More than this, Steve’s skills and concepts transcend food service. As one of only a small number of people, globally, to be inducted into the lifetime Fellowship of the Ashoka Fellows—an honor bestowed upon only top-tier innovators worldwide—Steve is also radically dedicated to social entrepreneurialism.

Matt Favier

Matthew Favier has been working in the restaurants industry for nearly 20 years. Throughout his tenure he has developed many restaurant technology solutions, including an IP-based centralized call center solution that was recognized by NetworkWorld in 2005. Matthew has worked with many brands such as McDonalds, Burger King, Panda Express, P.F. Chang’s, Red Robin and Chipotle on designing and implementing these specialized solutions.

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