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Sculpture Hospitality Taps "Bar Rescue" Host to Fine-Tune Inventory Solutions

Overpouring is a common cause of loss/shrink in the bar industry.

Jon Taffer, executive producer and host of Spike TV's "Bar Rescue" and renowned hospitality expert, is partnering with Sculpture Hospitality, inventory control solutions provider and owner of the Bevinco brand. Taffer has officially endorsed the company's full suite of inventory services — Bevinco, Bevinco Mobile, Bevchek and Measuring Cup — offered through Sculpture’s dedicated network of individual owners/operators. Taffer will work closely with Sculpture Hospitality to continue to enhance the suite products to better serve the market.

Because margins in the industry are shrinking, maximizing food/liquor profits is key to success and this collaboration will enable Sculpture to integrate cost-saving strategies, based on Taffer's experience.

Sculpture Hospitality debuted more than 30 years ago, with the advent of its Bevinco service that allows bar owners to see their business finances in full transparency through measured usage compared to sales. Over the years, the company has continued to enhance the service, moving to a fully cloud-based platform that enables on-site multitasking from anywhere in the world to reduce inventory time. Inventory is performed using wireless handheld devices, enabling users to work efficiently by scanning brand-specific items or custom barcodes via an onboard camera or optional barcode scanner to reduce entry errors. The Bevinco platform accurately captures partial-item weights wirelessly and weighs open items in the appropriate way ensuring the accuracy of every drop instead of tenthing.

Sculpture’s solutions can digitally track stock transfers and requisitions between areas, export reports to various outputs and integrate seamlessly with numerous POS systems for automated sales transfer. In addition, the Bevchek flow meter system can monitor draft beer in real time and also fully integrates with Bevinco. Sculpture customers can monitor food using the company’s proprietary food inventory software, Measuring Cup.



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