As the industry prepares to reopen, we know it is extremely difficult to anticipate and accurately plan for customer demand. Add supply chain availability challenges and reduced turnover to accommodate social distancing measures, and that adds a new level of cost and complexity to your reopening plans.
We know that many of you are looking to scale back your menus when you first reopen, to operate as efficiently and profitably as possible. We know you will want to be responsive to consumer demand and expand or reduce your product offering, quickly and efficiently, providing your customers with your latest menus.
With menu information needing to be available on a growing number of online systems and platforms, keeping all of these systems up to date with accurate information can be an administrative challenge and costly.
So, how can you quickly respond to trends and update and publish changes to your menu?
While printing single use menus each time your menu evolves addresses hygiene and safety concerns, it is neither cost effective nor environmentally friendly. That’s why Fourth has partnered with Ten Kites to give you an electronic solution to publish your menus, including nutritional and allergen data. To further ensure the safety of your staff and guests, you will be looking for ways to reduce interaction, whilst delivering the best customer experience possible.
With Ten Kites, you are able to instantly update your menus to your website, order at table solution, digital signage, labeling solution and more. Ten Kites is offering a simple, ready to use add-on to the Fourth platform that reduces the time and cost of publishing your menus, which will be available at no additional cost to Fourth’s Inventory Customers.
With this newly developed functionality, you can now give your customers access to your menu via their own mobile devices. They simply scan a QR code or short URL which lets them immediately access your most recent menu, helping you to adhere to social distancing measures and minimise interaction with the restaurant team to when it’s really needed.
For Star Wars fans across the galaxy (at least those who use the Gregorian calendar), May the Fourth was a rallying point to commemorate the beloved franchise. At Fourth, we took it a step further, dedicating the day to showing solidarity with the restaurants and servers vital to our communities.
A little over a year ago, global industries came to a standstill. It’s since been a challenging time for everyone, and our customers were some of the hardest hit by the economic fallout. We’re proud to have stood by them this entire time, and we want to celebrate this partnership on May the Fourth.
There are many interpretations and different materials about the responsibilities of Product Owners in software companies. As described in the Scrum Guide – ‘a Scrum Product Owner is accountable for maximizing the value of the product resulting from the work of the Scrum Team’.