Take the guesswork out of daily restaurant operations!

Boost Sales by Running Better Daily Ops with OpsAnalitica

The only way to be truly successful with any software solution is to implement it correctly and consistently manage the platform ongoing. With the OpsAnalitica Managed Service we do all that for you for the same price as the other guys who make you manage their app by yourself. It couldn’t be any easier for you.

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Take the Guesswork Out of Daily Restaurant Ops

Schedule out your daily and weekly task-lists for your staff and let them know exactly what needs to be done when. There’s no guessing, simply choose the task-list on the schedule and complete it on time. 

The Task-list Scheduler saves time and it couldn’t be any easier to use. 

 

 

Complete Operations Visibility in Real-time

Get real-time updates on what has and hasn’t been done with the Management Dashboard – a one stop view into your daily operations on any device at any time. 

The dashboard is populated automatically as work is completed. It’s never been easier to ensure that all your task-lists are being completed diligently and on time. 

 

 

Accountability Management

You will know that your team is executing perfectly every shift as checklist duration, start and finish times, and location are tracked in the background. Real-time validation and corrective action required as questions are answered with unsatisfactory temps or answers. 

The app is as easy to use as paper, but you get all the accountability and access to data that comes with a digital solution. 

 

We are running better restaurants and have higher sales since implementing the OpsAnalitica Platform.
Nick - Regional Manager, CB Brands
OpsAnalitica has been great for us. Their system allows our multi-unit operators to record and score store visitations. We have established a specific grading system to help the stores achieve excellence in their operations. Along with the score we include pictures, notes, and follow up instructions to allow the system to be used as a learning tool for the operators. We utilize the system on notebooks, tablets, and smartphones. Very versatile and easy to use. The system also has a simple administration component allowing our corporate office to centrally add and remove new locations, users, etc. All in all a very comprehensive and easy to use system.
Dave - VP IT, CIO, Strategist, at Consolidated Restaurant Operations, Inc.
What I like is the versatility for the cost. I mean just to digitize my time and temp inspections is worth the price, but we're getting so much more.
Doug - COO, BEC Group
We have been using the OpsAnalitica platform to conduct our Quality Assurance inspections with our restaurants. Previously, we were using a paper version were scores had to be totaled up, and copies sent out to the restaurants at a later time. Since using the OpsAnalitica platform our inspection process is seamless. Pictures of items noted can be taken and are posted along side of the note for the specific area. Once an inspection is complete, it is easily reviewable, scores tallied and a link to the inspection can be emailed right away. This has changed the inspection process from a full day to a few hours. Also the team at OpsAnalitica has been very helpful when adjustments or edits need to be made to the inspection.
Warren - Director of Operations at Cheeseburger Bobbys / Huey Lueys

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