This graphic visualization illustrates how plugging best-of-breed systems into a centralized, cloud-based Food & Labor Operations (FLO) platform will create the ultimate Information System for operating efficient, profitable restaurants. (Sponsored Content.)
A friend of mine recently shared a negative foodservice experience. A third-party delivery service arrived, handed a bag full of food to my friend’s eight-year-old daughter, and — to hear the eight-year-old tell it — bolted down the walkway and drove off into the night.
Consumers feel a greater sense of loyalty to a brand when they’ve played a key role in the creation of their experience.
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.
Restaurant Technology Network co-founder, Angela Diffly shares perspective on the struggles restaurants face when third party delivery goes wrong.
Data is one of the most important, strategic tools for any company, and the hospitality industry is no exception. It is now widely accepted that big data and its applications can be source of competitiveness. This competitiveness is driven by the processes surrounding big data analytics.