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Metrics matter. Understanding which ones you need to care about can have a big effect on your bottom line. It’s up to operational leadership to measure them, monitor them, and make them not only the focus of their annual initiatives – but to make those metrics important for restaurant managers too.
Technology alone can’t affect the causes of cost price inflation. Hospitality systems can’t undo labour legislation, failed harvests or political turmoil, and with hotels in urban markets still seeing revenues dip as much as 52 percent compared to 2019, operators need to utilise every possible method to cut costs.
Since the pandemic started every industry has faced its fair share of extraordinary issues, from Covid-induced closures to ongoing supply chain disruptions, just to name a few.
The quick service restaurant (QSR) industry has been one of the hardest hit by the pandemic’s crippling challenges. The stay-at-home orders and social distancing restrictions have changed the industry as we know it.
The exponential growth of so-called Big Data is unprecedented and is matched by its enormous potential to change the way we all live, work and think.
Fourth Analytics provides not only data and insight from our MacromatiX inventory solution, but also brings in feeds from a whole raft of integrated systems.
Imagine closing the restaurant at the end of the day with half of your supplies allocated for the day still on the shelf: this is one of restaurant operators’ worst nightmares.
Back-office software has been around for a long time. So long in fact that there is a lot of legacy software out there that can hold operators back from efficiency gains as they grow.
Digitalisation has long been a buzz word amongst businesses across all industries, but those in the quick service restaurant (QSR) sector have been relatively slow to embrace it.
Is your organization’s food safety training scalable? According to the World Health Organization’s latest data, an estimated 600 million – almost 1 in 10 people in the world – fall ill after eating contaminated food, and 420 000 die every year.