The term, omnichannel, is at the center of the retail and manufacturing world. A company can provide a seamless customer experience that goes beyond a single-channel approach. Customers enjoy the benefits of visiting brick-and-mortar stores; they can order online and pick up in-store. Customers have the power to broaden or narrow their experience to their preference, and the same concept exists in restaurants. Unfortunately, businesses still face significant challenges for restaurants to go omnichannel, even as the number of online orders soars to 6.6% of total orders, reports PYMNTS.com. Understanding how to overcome these challenges will be crucial to success.