Homebase and Clover App Boost Oregon Restaurant Group's Recruiting Efforts

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Homebase and Clover App Boost Oregon Restaurant Group's Recruiting Efforts

07/22/2015
Restaurant merchants are benefitting as Homebase, which aims to take the pain out of employee scheduling and payroll management for small businesses, grows, thanks, in part, to its inclusion in First Data’s Clover App Market. One of those merchants is a Portland, Oregon-area restaurant group that features responsibly-sourced ingredients.

“Homebase and Clover have become important business partners to us and help us manage our employees effectively,” said Daniel Nguyen, of Bambuza Vietnamese Kitchen, a group of four Vietnamese restaurants in the Portland area. “Together, Homebase and Clover are boosting our recruiting efforts by positioning Bambuza as a technologically advanced, employee-friendly place to work. Homebase and Clover have facilitated our growth by understanding and meeting our needs as a small business.”

According to Homebase, 90 percent of retail and restaurant scheduling is still handled on paper or in Excel, increasing the likelihood of errors and noncompliance with local labor laws. By using Homebase, business owners can streamline their business operations and practices in today’s highly competitive marketplace, ultimately improving accuracy and saving time. The response from business owners who use Homebase has been very positive; to date, Homebase reports that thousands of businesses use its innovative and well-designed software.

The Clover App Market is accessible via the Clover solution, an all-in-one business management tool. Clover Station, CloverMobile and the newly-introduced Clover Mini provide a variety of options to meet the needs of small business owners. A restaurant might use Clover Station at the counter to take a customer's initial order quickly or have servers carry around Clover Mobile devices for add-on food and beverage sales so patrons don't have to leave the table. The new Clover Mini, like Clover Mobile, is EMV-enabled and accepts NFC transactions and mobile payments. The Clover App Market includes apps that allow business owners to rethink how to engage with customers, expand their businesses, and streamline operations.