In the restaurant industry, efficiency has always been a driving factor. Whether it be alacrity of turning tables or keeping lines at the counter or a drive-thru swift and short, productivity equals higher sales. Here HT discusses how mobility, online ordering and a competitive labor market should be key considerations when making POS investments.
As our industry enters a period of reopening and reassessment, we can ask the bigger question.
Everything has changed, right? Whether you’re reading this from a makeshift home office or the front lines of your brand’s reinvented customer service, the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the hospitality industry in ways we are still learning and assessing. But some things — the most im
Restaurant Scalability Restaurant scalability has become a more achievable goal in the past decade with advances in restaurant technology that have made it easier to manage food and labor costs, create new revenue streams, track and forecast sales, manage inventory, automate the vendor payment p
The P&L statement is critical to measuring restaurant profitability. However, most restaurant operators run a P&L once a period. By then, the data is old. Without reviewing your P&L statements daily or weekly, you’re missing the opportunity to understand day-to-day strengths and weaknesses, and losing out on the opportunity to make immediate, data-driven decisions. Here are benefits of reviewing your P&L on a regular basis.
Restaurants have learned that telling their stories and inspiring their audience can be more effective than conventional marketing
Behind the wall, wireless infrastructure plays a silent but important role in guest experience.