For the past few years, the restaurant industry has been quite experimental in terms of technology and has witnessed favorable growth. New technological innovations are sliding every day and creating a buzz in the market.
Technology is the backbone for restaurants that accept incoming orders only through online ordering systems. Commonly known as cloud kitchens, they have a base kitchen that delivers food to the customers with no dine-in facility. At any given point, a cloud kitchen uses at least 5 to 6 varied tech products, including Point of sale systems (POS), CRM, Loyalty, Campaigns, and more. All technology platforms give out data but are not interlinked. Managing a variety of technology solutions individually can be a little challenging.
Cloud kitchens operate for the benefit of the customers who just love App-based and easy ordering. They are discovered online through various mediums like Facebook, Web discovery, delivery aggregators, and more. With orders pouring in from multiple online platforms (Thanks to digital being so successful), it becomes virtually impossible to keep up. It requires more labour, more work hours, and eventually results in increased cost and overworked employees.
Now let’s understand a restaurant’s plight – A customer orders regularly; however, the restaurant has no history of billing, order channel, dining pattern, order preferences, etc. because somewhere the system falls short. It is difficult for the restaurant management to track all of the above manually. Restaurants, especially cloud kitchens, require integrated software that can streamline all the operations for them.
Let’s paint a beautiful picture where all orders land directly into your POS dashboard, you can assign a delivery executive from the POS itself. Turning off all aggregator portals happens with a click without accessing each platform. Further to this, let’s erase the manual & tedious task of house operations, i.e., raw material requirement assessment, routing orders to suppliers, distribution of semi-prepared dishes from central kitchen to outlets, and more. Now let’s bring this picture to life because, with inresto POS, all of the above is possible.
Instead of dealing with multiple software vendors, cloud kitchens can use integrated software like the one inresto has, with all the restaurant management solutions at one place. This allows kitchens to focus on their core business without worrying about a stack of technological solutions.
All frontend and backend operations such as managing online orders from different aggregators- (Zomato, Swiggy, & more); enabling menu changes, customised pricing, assigning delivery executives, raw material requirement inventory management, data analysis, and more can be controlled from a single dashboard.
Statistics tell us that Inventory management is one of the biggest challenges that our Cloud kitchen partners have faced in the past. Space being a limitation, cloud kitchens can only store two to three days of stock, which makes it imperative to have optimum inventory to avoid negative impact amongst customers and wastage. With inresto’s SCM and POS integration, past sales can be analysed for trend recognition, which further enables our cloud kitchen partners to make stock and item exchange effortless.
Since the Amazon for Business integration into our SCM module, we have curated a marketplace with items listed at the best possible price. This enables our partner cloud kitchens and restaurants to access quality and affordable raw materials. More perks being- timely deliveries and the option to convert payments into EMIs.
Everything is jargon unless backed by data – Our cloud kitchen partner, and fitness-focused cloud kitchen chain has witnessed a 9% reduction in cost and over 120-man hour decrease. Another leading cloud kitchen in India started by using our Tech at one of their outlets now seamlessly bringing that number to 50+
Over 70% of the restaurants are turning to technology. Make your switch today!
Most of us have, at some point in our lives, had an unpleasant dine-out experience, just because the restaurant in question was unpleasantly noisy. Statistically, ‘excessive noise levels’ is among the top three most common customer complaints that most of the restaurants face.
Whether it’s the annoying hum and whirr of kitchen machinery, the clanking of cutlery, loud co-diners, or a particularly whiny kid, or even unpleasantly loud music, these noises can get on your customers’ nerve, disrupt important conversations, kill magical moments of intimacy, and effectively destroy what your diners anticipated to be a pleasant evening out.
It can lead to customers walking out, never coming back, criticizing your restaurant on public fora, and spreading bad word of mouth, tangibly hurting your business.
Here are a few steps that you, as a restaurant manager/owner, can adopt to address the issue, effectively:
1. Interior Design Solutions
- Keep noisy kitchen machinery and frequently used equipment – blenders, grinders, ice machines, and such far from the dining area.
- Use cork-lined sound-proof kitchen doors to prevent the kitchen noises like the clanging of pots & pans and conversations of the chefs from going out in the dining area.
- Add carpets, drapes and curtains, cushions and upholstery and other sound-absorbent soft furnishings all over the restaurant, to muffle and minimize discordant outside noises.
- Use rubber caps at the bottom of the chairs, table, and sofa legs, to eliminate the sound of furniture scraping against the floor.
- Incorporate separate booths and cubicles for couples and groups who are seeking to enjoy a romantic or intimate meal.
- Indoor plants like Ferns, Peace Lilies, and Baby’s Tears are good natural sound absorbents that can not only reduce noise by 6-15 decibels but also add to the aesthetics of your restaurant and improve indoor air quality. A healthy environment always feels pleasant.
2. Psychological Solutions
- An intimate setting with dim lighting and soft music are the most preferred choices for date nights and intimate gatherings. When the vibe is pleasant, the diners go with the flow and it is less likely that they deviate from it. Also, Reservation apps make it easier for you to give every diner their preferred table or section at the restaurant.
- A Formally dressed staff that engages with the customers politely, subtly encourages the diners to hold pleasant conversations amongst themselves as well.
3. Infrastructural and Human Resource Solutions
- Train hostesses and ushers to seat customers accompanied by kids at a designated area within the restaurant – ideally one that is subtly isolated from the rest of the crowd.
- Some child-friendly eateries have designated kids’ zones with toys, games and trained waiters to keep the little ones occupied & fed while they play. In this way, the parents and other diners can also enjoy their dine out moments without any disturbances.
- If your restaurant serves alcoholic beverages, you can train your waiting staff to take subtle measures to turn down repeat orders and firmly discourage or refuse repeat orders to tipsy customers, to prevent them from turning raucous and unruly.
Make Every Customer your Restaurant’s Brand Ambassador
It is always larger than life experience for the customers when you grant them good experiences other than just good food. Hence it is necessary to ensure that every customer has, not just a pleasant but delightful dine-out experience, every time they visit you. You can monitor where your restaurant stands in terms of diner experience through feedback apps.
This keeps your restaurant in the limelight despite the increasingly competitive environment. Your first-time customers would be repeat customers, which will eventually become your regular patrons, and then the active brand advocates who spontaneously recommend your restaurant to every next person they meet.
The Restaurant Affair is a series of events for restaurateurs to get updated on the notable insights and ongoing trends that are shaping the restaurants of today.
The Restaurant Affair- Bengaluru Chapter was the first edition where about 100-150 Restaurateurs and Industry icons of restaurants and chains like Vapour Pub and Brewery, Theobroma, TOIT, Byg Brewski Brewing Company, Conrad, and more of the likes gathered. It was an opportunity for restaurateurs to reconnect with their industry folks and meet new ones.
Here’s what happened:
1. Panel Discussion
When our panelists got to talking, secrets were spilled, and the audience was all ears. The restaurateurs were exposed to insights, and business ideas, no book or classroom lecture will tell you about yet! There were talks about how restaurant technology is changing the face of the industry and how the technology product suites like the one inresto has to offer, helped established restaurants and newbies make a mark.
2. Dineout’s journey
Among various restaurateurs’ stories, there was ours too! Our co-founder Mr. Vivek Kapoor took to the stage, and the audience was thrilled and inspired to hear the journey. From being just a reservation platform to being restaurant enablers, we have come a long way.
The B2B arm of dineout – inresto aims at enabling restaurants to achieve maximum efficiency through the valet to valet, cost-effective, and plug & play product suite that has helped 10000+ restaurants boost their business, globally.
3. Technology Workshops
After being introduced to technology solutions and dynamic innovations, we took the restaurateurs through the working knowledge of the products. Our audience got to try their hands on the latest technology solutions.
If you missed being a part of the event or happened to miss this session, you can experience our entire product suite here.
We topped it all off with a happy hour of wine, dine, and unlimited conversations!
If you are enticed to be a part of a restaurant affair like this, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can meet you while we’re on the road. We are city hopping, and our next destination is Hyderabad. We can’t wait to hear that city’s restaurant story!
No matter what the size, scale and spread of your restaurant operations may be, the right set of restaurant management solutions is your most reliable source when it comes to both efficient management of operations and optimal planning for long-term growth and expansion.
Understanding the Complete Restaurant Management System
A complete restaurant management software is your solution to every possible challenge your restaurant faces in its day to day operational activities. Solutions that are developed and customized to fulfill the specific needs of the F&B Service industry. It lets you manage your restaurant without hassles, saves human effort and costs.
The complete restaurant management solution includes the following functional modules:
Point Of Sale
A Billing and settlement system that works across all conceivable payment modes.
Supply Chain Management (SCM)
A tailored, ingredient-level solution for recipe and inventory management.
A digital ordering system that simplifies KOT management, and enables automated direct-to-chef orders through a smart Kitchen Display System or kitchen printer.
A technology system that efficiently manages Table Bookings and walk-in Reservations.
Customer Feedback is taken on your smart device which stores all the customer data and also enables instant grievance redressal.
Customer Relationship and Loyalty Management
You can do targeted marketing by running customized campaigns and loyalty programs through an automated programmatic approach.
Reporting & Analytics
There are relevant modules to analyse data for continuous cross-functional improvement.
Developing an informative website and mobile app for your restaurant.
With the emergence of multiple restaurant management software-as-a-service based solutions, and a mushrooming of online software providers, the solution is now not only accessible and affordable to the smallest and newest players, but there is also a plethora of choices. Today’s cloud-hosted solutions cater to your restaurant’s every possible need.
Criteria Of Selection
Considering we have a vast pool available to choose from, you might need a guide to select the best of the options. Here’s that:
It’s best if the software you choose can be tailored to suit your restaurant’s specific requirements. In some cases, open-source software allows for customization at a coding level.
The solution has to be compatible with your restaurant’s legacy software, with other commonly-used software and with the hardware devices in your restaurant.
Choose a solution that seamlessly supports volume growth and geographic expansion, as well as the diversification of operational models within your business. You don’t want to keep changing your software as and when your restaurant expands. Remember, these software are meant for you to save costs and not raise them further.
A solution that allows you to pick and choose, add to or delete modules within the overall software package, based on stage-of-life-cycle needs, is the optimal solution. A smart software for you to make smart choices is what you need for your restaurant.
When the customer interface is friendly, instinct-driven, and informative, it is easier to use, and you don’t waste too much time figuring out how to operate the system.
6. Advanced Analytics
When the solution tracks performance, provides insights and indicators, one can analyse and make continuous improvements and optimize operational performance.
A restaurant that is customer-friendly and has revenues flowing is every restaurateur’s dream and you don’t want to compromise on that. And you don’t have to! Now that we have created a guide for you to choose the correct solution which can make it happen, you don’t have to wait any further!
Don’t you think the world looks good in green? The restaurant industry definitely thinks so, and the last decade has witnessed some efforts by restaurants to go green. The movement has gathered steam, and ‘Go Green’ is fast becoming the new mantra. Some restaurants have even adopted eco-friendly themes as their principal USP.
The Indian Food Service industry will be worth Rs 6 lakh crore by 2022-23, with a CAGR of 9%. While the industry does much to sustain the growth impetus for the economy, in terms of its impact on the environment, it leaves much to be desired.
Here are a few guidelines for restaurateurs who sense the winds of change, but remain unsure about how to get the ball rolling:
1. Ethical sourcing
One of the best secrets to keep an eco-friendly environment lies in your own backyard. Grow your own or source organic foods and follow a strict farm to fork policy.
You must ensure that suppliers follow ethical crop production and animal welfare norms.
2. Ditch Paper, Log in with Technology
Cut down on paper usage. Living in the digital age and time, this can’t get any simpler
We know that the billing systems are all on your computers. Gone are the days when you had to sit at the counter writing bills on paper.
Adopt digital Menus. This upcoming concept has been adopted by many restaurants- Lord of the drinks (First fiddle restaurants), Slay coffee and Pind Balluchi being a few examples. And guess what, you don’t even have to invest in a computer system or tablet. The diners can open the menu on their phones by just scanning a QR code and you can also cross-sell / up-sell, through these, easily.
3. Water conservation and efficiency
Recycle used water for cleaning and watering plants.
Fix leaky fixtures and install low-flow faucets in toilets and kitchens.
And the most simple way in which you can do your bit for water conservation is by joining NRAI’s initiative called #GlassHalfFull, which instructs the waiters to fill glasses half-full unless otherwise requested by customers.
4. Waste reduction and management
Invest in a tailored and analytics-based inventory management software that is smart enough to inform the management about the excess stock in inventory to maintain efficient inventories, particularly with perishables.
The advanced data analytics solutions in these software help the management to study consumption patterns and arrive at optimal serving solutions and portion sizes.
Follow government guidelines in segregating and managing waste efficiently to minimize greenhouse gas emissions and reduce your carbon footprint.
And don’t forget to donate the leftover food to local shelters.
5. Ditch plastics. Go eco-friendly.
Explore alternatives to plastic for packaging, straws, stirrers, bottles, tumblers, and cutlery. The alternatives could be bagasse packaging and cutlery made of wood – just like JustBe café in Bangalore.
Use eco-friendly paper towels in bathrooms and kitchens.
Consider going back to our roots with banana leaf plates, clay tumblers, and papaya leaf straws.
6. Sustainable interior décor
Use furniture made of biodegradable wood, such as bamboo.
Buy organic cotton only from local sellers.
Use all-cloth linen, such as tablecloths and napkins.
Remember, going eco-friendly is not just the right thing to do. It’s responsible, noble, and selfless. It can also pay-off tangibly. It helps you connect with your millennial customers over a shared cause, to earn their appreciation and repeat patronage.
According to a recent green dining survey, a total of 65% of customers said that they are willing to pay 10% more to dine at an eco-friendly restaurant.
Who thought being eco-friendly can result in hiked revenues too? You cannot not go green after reading this.
This decade saw an array of new trends, from theme-based restaurants and cafes to rise of restaurant tech, third party dining out and food delivery aggregators. Further, emerged many unheard concepts like buffets and cloud kitchens which uplifted the industry and spoiled the consumers for choices, especially in metro cities.
Trends that dominated the industry in the past decade:
Online Ordering & the Rise of Food Delivery Aggregators
Keeping up with the smartphone generation, emerged online ordering which offers varied menus & live-tracking. While direct delivery from restaurants is popular, the online food delivery aggregator app space has interesting deals and offers to attract new diners to their platforms.
Another set of aggregators is the dine-in food aggregators who promote restaurants, cafes and more. These aggregators allow customers to rate and post reviews for a particular restaurant, helping other customers to choose where they want to dine out. Fortunately, food aggregators also allow restaurants to launch offers and discounts online to attract more customers.
Traditionally, dining out was an occasional affair and a luxury for many. Now, it is a trend and at-your-disposal service. This has sprouted the rise of food aggregators and the services they offer.
Growth of Restaurant Technology
With customer centricity being the disruptor, restaurants aim to provide a delightful experience to diners and restaurant tech companies do the same for restaurants. 360-degree restaurant management solutions have emerged as a valuable tool for restaurant owners and managers as they help elevate the customer experience and restaurant sales. Here’s how:
- POS software can help manage billing, order queues, online orders and more
- Supply Chain Module can help manage inventory, vendors, and minimize wastage
- Reservation Applications allow customers to book a table from anywhere and arrive later to avoid waiting time
- Feedback Applications aid in collection of customer feedback and instant grievance redressal
- Automated marketing campaigns enable engaging customers online, based on their demographics and other preferences.
Digital Menu Solutions help customers place orders at restaurants directly from their phone and simplify menu alterations, cross-sell and up-sell for restaurants
Having all this and more in a single connected ecosystem gives the restaurant insights on customer preferences and behaviour to take their experience to the next level.
Casual Dining became the Preferred Dining Choice
In the last decade, dining out has become more than an occasional affair. The decade caught glimpses of friends partying and families catching up on gossip at casual dines the most.
Casual dining has emerged as an informal way of eating food and creating memories. Mostly preferred for after-work outings or by college students, these restaurants not only provide scrumptious food but are also easy on the pocket. People can go out anytime, eat all-day food, and they don’t have to follow a dress code.
Wellness Warriors Enter the Industry
The restaurant industry has seen a rise in health-conscious consumers following which a trend of wholesome and clean menu choices have emerged with dedicated health-based restaurants. Restaurants can easily take advantage of this trend by modifying recipes and offering options to their customers. And the best part is the food is still tasty!
With so many healthy eating restaurants opening up, dining out is no more equal to counting calories later, but only counting memories! Catching up with the healthy eating trend has never been this easy.
Staying on top of restaurant and food trends will give you an edge over the competition. Whether it’s focusing on healthy ingredients or implementing technology in your restaurant, the bottom line is all about giving consumers what they want. While the growth of the restaurant industry in the past decade may have been unanticipated, it has shaped the way we dine out. Now, it is easier to order in or go out for a meal.
It’s Christmas time, and we can already smell big feasts, love, and friends getting together.
Everyone is all hyped up for the holiday season and has begun their search for the restaurant that resonates with their Christmas spirit the most. Let them know that your restaurant is their perfect choice.
Promoting your restaurant during wintertime pays off, especially around Christmas, when food is on everyone’s mind.
Here’s how you can do that:
Incorporate a New Christmas Menu
Christmas is just incomplete without plum cakes, gingerbread cookies, wine, and hot chocolate. If your menu doesn’t consist of any of these, then add a few of them. Show your chef’s skills in preparing holiday favorites. Not only will you attract a whole new crowd, but also, if these items are a hit, you can feature them more often and keep the crowd coming back for more.
You can also cross-sell by creating fun combos of these items with the dishes that customers are most likely to order. If your restaurant has a digital menu, it becomes easier to add new items and create combos last minute. It lets you save the cost, time, and effort involved in printing and planning a whole new paper menu.
Add Christmas decor
Add a little Christmas feel to your decor by setting up a Christmas tree, a string of fairy lights, and tinsel inside your restaurant.
You can also introduce Christmas takeaway cutlery or napkins which, could prove to be a huge customer magnet.
Starbucks introduces new Christmas cups every year, and I would be lying if I said I was not there just for the cups!
Run Christmas campaigns on Social Media
Instagram feeds are always hungry for pretty looking Christmas feasts and decor photos, and that’s your perfect chance to attract more customers as a lot of diners first look up their social media to decide where to dine out! So, do some fancy photography of your flattering Christmas decor and the special feasts, and post them out.
You can do targeted marketing by sending out a round of SMS and emails to your customers, informing them of your latest Christmas offers. Campaign apps that enable you to do all that effortlessly with just one tap are going to be your best tool for this.
Play the Secret Santa
It’s that time of the year when the kid in you is waiting for Santa Claus to visit you with gifts. No matter how old you are, everyone deserves a gift from Santa! Engage customers by playing the secret Santa for them:
- You can give away gift cards to selected diners as a part of your restaurant’s loyalty program, which will keep them coming back for more.
- Send fortune cookies at your diner’s tables with Christmassy notes and blessing to keep the festive spirit alive!
Organize Christmas Events
Diners often go out for regular dinners, but it’s not just any other Saturday – it’s Christmas, so give them a little something where they can engage, and have fun.
To make the night interesting, your restaurant can:
- Host Christmas carol karaoke: A festive soundtrack of all the best Christmas songs is essential to set the mood.
- If your restaurant regularly hosts live music events, you can call artists to sing jazzy Christmas music.
- You can host breakfast with Santa or even midnight buffets for celebration nights we wish never ended.
Donate leftover food
“Christmas is doing a little something extra for someone.”
-Charles M Schulz
As we said, everyone deserves a visit from Santa on Christmas, do your something extra for the poor by making a feast happen for them by donating food.
It’s not a promotional strategy but something that Christmas calls for!
Your restaurant is going to be filled with memories of families getting together, friends reuniting, and kids discussing their Santa stories. And just like Santa Claus does, you would bring a smile to your customer’s faces by providing them a mesmerising customer experience.
Merry Christmas to everyone!
In the fast-paced restaurant world, there are times when you receive bad feedback or just an average one. Of course, you can reflect upon them and never repeat the same mistakes next time. But, do your customers have the patience for the next time when they have a hundred more options?
Did you know that 54% of customers share bad experiences with more than five people, while only 33% share good customer experiences, according to Zendesk.
What if we tell you that you can instantly gratify your customers while they are still at your restaurant and have them leave at a happy note? With feedback apps that notify the top management or the owner while the diners are still at your restaurant, you can take action instantly and save yourself from bad word of mouth later on social media or otherwise.
It’s the perfect marketing opportunity to engage with your customers and convert them into long-term ones, and you can do that in the most heartfelt ways so that your diners are all praise for you and nothing else!
A free beer works like a charm
A Beer is the perfect solution to any problem, and if it’s free, nothing like it.
You can send a free beer at your customer’s table with a personalised note which goes something like-
“We heard you didn’t like your cocktail, so here’s a beer on the house because everyone deserves their favourite drink on a Friday!”
Customers are always on the lookout for discounts
The only two things that a person loves to hear at a restaurant-
- More Food
- That’s on a discount
It bothers a customer when he has to pay the full amount despite not liking the experience. Psychologically, he is relieved when he is offered a discount, and you can neutralise his not-so-good experience.
You can either offer them a discount on the entire bill, say 20% off, or not charge them for a particular dish they didn’t like.
A mechanism to keep them coming back: Loyalty Program
Give them a reason to visit you again by offering them your loyalty program that gives them a series of discounts on a trail of visits or on the amount spent.
Despite having an average experience, they will definitely think about you the next time they want to dine out and on a positive note, too.
A manager’s visit to the customer’s table
When the manager himself inquires about the problem, the customers feel that their preferences are important and the restaurant is willing to work on it.
In the process, you can build a relationship with the customer, have an engaging conversation, be witty, and make him a loyal customer.
He is going home with some good memories now, instead of a bad experience.
Giving out discounts on every bad or average feedback could mean losses but remember-
- You don’t have to follow this with every customer:
Filter out the important ones- like the high spenders and set the tone accordingly.
- Bad reviews are being converted into marketing opportunities:
You are saving potential customers who might not have come to your restaurant looking at a bad social media review or word of mouth.
With this you are going to win some hearts this season, so wear your happy socks and slide on to those 5 stars in no time.
See you at the top of the charts!
Your restaurant has finger-licking good food, great ambience, and you have also managed to get an excellent location for your restaurant, but so have the other 10 in the industry.
In such a highly competitive market, it’s imperative to lock-in as many customers as possible.
How can you do that, you ask?
That’s what we have technology for – to make your life simple and operations more efficient.
Whether you like it or not, technology is impacting your business, both inside and outside your restaurant’s walls. With Restaurant Technology evolving at a rapid pace, new trends are coming your way every week. It is essential to keep up with these to cater to your smart customers and remain at the top of the game.
In today’s fast-paced world, 45% of regular customers in restaurants are becoming more and more used to technology that is expected to simplify and speed up the entire transaction procedure.
While there are hundreds of products in the market, it is vital to identify the products that are making an impact on the industry while being a good fit for your restaurant. Here’s how you can leverage Tech-based Restaurant Management products to bag more revenue: –
Leveraging Customer Data to Boost Sales
With applications like reserve and feedback, one can tap into customer data and map customer trends.
With this data, you, as the restaurant manager, can analyse customer behavior, preferences, patterns, and profitably utilize them by curating precisely the type of customer experience your diners are seeking.
Reduce Table Turnaround Time to Maximise Footfall
Reserve apps allow restaurants to manage their reservations and walk-ins most effectively from a single screen. Furthermore,
- There is no need to run around across the floors to find out the status of tables &
- These apps create an efficient restaurant staff, thus saving a lot of time.
The restaurant can now seat more number of diners per day by improving the table turn around time, thereby increasing revenue.
Switch to Digital Menu to Save Costs & Cross / Up-sell Items
By switching to a digital menu from a paper menu, the restaurateurs can save a lot of cost.
- Each time you have a small change or a seasonal menu change, it saves on reprinting cost.
- You can increase sales by cross-selling and up-selling through combos and offers.
- Table turn-around time is improved, so you can now seat more diners per day.
The smart menu recommends diners the dishes that the restaurant wants to sell specifically, and by strategizing it right, the restaurant can influence the customers’ decisions and sell them their most profit-generating items.
Instant Grievance Redressal to Avoid Bad Word of Mouth
With the digital feedback forms, the top management can instantly be notified of the feedback and the table number from where it has come. If it’s a bad review, the manager can instantly gratify the diner by giving him a discount or sending a free beer at his table.
How can a happy tummy spread bad word of mouth on social media or otherwise?
You just bagged yourself some happy customers!
Running the Right Loyalty Program to Keep them Coming Back
If your restaurant is on your diners’ favourite list, you must make them feel that they are important to you too. When you reward them, you give them a reason to visit you again!
And that’s how you can make your new customers your regulars too!
With the Campaigns Module, spread the word about your special offers and deals so they won’t be able to resist coming back. Who doesn’t like discounts, right?
Upgrading your technology may feel daunting, but it’s more than necessary for the success of your business.
You need to identify the correct management solution or a combination of them for your restaurant, and nothing can stop you from being on top of the charts.
You will thank us later!
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