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Turning Stone Resort Casino Deploys Food Safety Solution

ParTech, Inc. (PAR), a global provider of point of sale (POS) and workforce efficiency solutions to the restaurant and retail industries, announced that the Oneida Nation’s Turning Stone Resort Casino, a premier four-season, destination resort in Central New York, deployed PAR’s SureCheck Food Safety and Task Management System to properly monitor the resort’s food operations.

SureCheck is a global food safety and workforce efficiency solution assisting some of the world’s largest companies to improve operations, compliance, and food safety processes in thousands of stores. 

Turning Stone Resort Casino sought to automate its Food Safety Checklist and Refrigerator & Cooler Monitoring. Prior to deploying SureCheck, Turning Stone used a manual, time consuming, paper and pencil recording method, making it difficult to have complete enterprise level visibility of its Food Safety Checklist and Appliance performance.   With PAR’s cloud-based SureCheck solution, Turning Stone now has complete 24x7 visibility of its operations.

The SureCheck Food Safety and Task Management System is currently being installed in all on-site restaurants and catering kitchens, with plans to expand into other commercial properties owned by the Oneida Nation, including its new brand of convenience stores, Maple Leaf Market, and its second gaming facility Yellow Brick Road Casino in Chittenango, NY.  With the SureCheck solution in place, and its cloud-based reporting, Turning Stone employees are now able to work more efficiently and the team is able to repurpose the space currently being used to store paper records. 

“SureCheck is a valuable addition to our culinary toolkit for ensuring food safety here at Turning Stone,” said Scott MacMaster, Executive Sous Chef, Turning Stone Resort Casino. “The system allows us to continue exceeding our high standards for guests, as well as enabling our Team Members to work more efficiently.”

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