IoT Helps Domino’s Pizza & Jersey Mike's Franchisees Improve Food Safety, Record Keeping
Zenput announced the introduction of the Zenput Connected Store, which integrates in-store IoT devices with the company’s core platform. The expanded offering includes Zenput Temp Monitoring which feeds signals from temperature sensor devices into Zenput and gives multi-unit operators real-time visibility into food safety conditions.
The Zenput Connected Store makes available to customers of Zenput’s core operations execution platform a range of capabilities:
- Zenput Temp Monitoring automatically logs temperatures of make lines, walk-in coolers, and other equipment, and alerts staff or management if they go out of range
- Zenput Labels ensures that every store is using food labels with the correct expiration dates, and that employees can easily print them in seconds
- Bluetooth Thermometer Sync enables staff to use probes to automatically capture temperatures of food in their Zenput forms via bluetooth connection
“Zenput gives us a complete, centralized view of what happens and needs to happen in every store every day,” said Gary George, director of operations for MM Subs, a Jersey Mike’s franchisee. “Now with the ability to automatically monitor and receive alerts for our equipment temperatures, we’re reducing the risk of product being spoiled while freeing up staff to refocus their time on other work.”
Zenput Connected Store is helping restaurants to monitor food safety practices and to maintain records.
“Zenput has increased our confidence in food safety practices and record keeping across all of our stores,” said Stephanie Siegwald, operations development director at RPM Pizza, Domino’s largest franchisee in the U.S. “A critical aspect of that is Zenput Labels, which automates and makes it easy to print critical dates and details at every step of our food preparation process.”