How IT Departments Drive Restaurant Performance: Ebook

Feature Ebook: How IT Departments Drive Restaurant Performance

IT departments are leading the way with revenue boosting and cost-cutting technology

The rate of change in restaurant technology is increasing exponentially. Access to critical operational data, the streamlining of inventory and employee information, and ways to connect with customers is greater than ever before.

In this ebook for restaurant IT leaders, we discuss:

  • The importance of transaction-level data
  • How improved the knowledge of front line staff increases sales
  • Reducing labor and food costs with real-time alerts for managers
  • Using technology to reduce employee theft

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Excerpt from the Ebook

Introduction

The rate of change in restaurant technology is increasing exponentially. Access to critical operational data, the streamlining of inventory and employee information, and ways to connect with customers is greater than ever before. However, the challenge facing IT Departments is choice – closed loop versus open architecture.

A single POS provider offers a unified solution – standard equipment, industry experience and support. However, there is a significant downside to that choice: high capital costs, lack of control, expensive upgrades, limited customization and minimal innovation. These factor make IT beholden to the POS company with little chance they can help change the business.

The alternative is choosing an open-architected solution – a choice that puts the power and control back in the hands of the restaurant. Open solutions give you the freedom to select the best solutions for your business, flexibility to implement them how and when you need them, and the ability to directly (and measurably) improve your business; usually, at a much lower implementation cost than with traditional POS vendors. 

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