What impact will the Internet of Things (IoT) have on restaurants and hotels? Find out in this exclusive report, which explores how connected devices will drive service, operations, efficiency and investments.
Utilizing Compeat Advantage back office/accounting software and Aloha POS, Florida Keys Restaurant Management reduced the dollars it spends for food by 2.3 percent, for beverage by 8 percent, and on labor by 14 percent.
The enhancement is intended to improve operational efficiency by cutting down on staffing gaps, overtime expenditures, and simple time spent on scheduling and rescheduling by managers.
Enterprise-class workforce management system helps the hospitality companies to effectively recruit, manage and reward employees.
The pros and cons of offering free Wi-Fi and its effect on a restaurant's bandwidth, the use of KDS versus Kitchen Printers, Cloud POS and all-in-one restaurant support solutions were the subject of debate at MURTEC 2015.
The combined solution was created to allow restaurant operators to not only safely collect data at the point of sale, but also leverage that data for increased profitability and competitive edge.
Businesses with hourly employees, especially, will benefit from the features of Square Payroll.
Workers can receive their schedules via their smartphones, as well as add, drop or swap shifts, view schedules, message other employees and request time off.
Los Angeles-based Zinc Cafe increases efficiency and prioritizes orders with Table Tracker from LRS.
Beyond temperature and humidity, the new sensor arrays will report excessive noise levels, bad air quality and more, giving hotel staff a chance to fix small problems before they escalate.