Article: “From cells to bells, 10 things the Chinese do far better than we do” (Globe and Mail, Oct.2004)

excerpt:
"7. Wireless service bells

Trying to flag down your waiter for a glass of water? Just press a made-in-China gizmo at your table. Your table number lights up on a panel inside the kitchen and your server is soon hovering by your side. The bell also eliminates that annoying waiterly interruption: "Is everything all right?"

link: http://aolnetscape.workopolis.com/servlet/Content/fasttrack/20041023/CHINATEN23?section=Technology

WaiterBell Angle: U.S. restaurant owners may be apprehensive about trying something new, but as this article shows, the concept behind WaiterBell has been successfully implemented in other countries for years. 

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2 Responses to “Article: “From cells to bells, 10 things the Chinese do far better than we do” (Globe and Mail, Oct.2004)”

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