The Role of Paper in a Digital World

Fitzpatrick, Bill
October 2002
Hospitality Upgrade;Fall2002, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the role of paper in a digital world in restaurants. It says that more paper are being used to print documents resulting from the impact of Internet and electronic mail affecting enterprise information technology infrastructure. It cites that restaurant manager sees that paper is easier in printing labor schedule and reading printed reports than in electronic form. Melissa Houston of Rubio's Restaurants Inc. adds that they use paper fax as a restaurant communication.


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