In yesterday’s post, Operations Data Use Cases. We discussed two Ops Data use cases and how Ops Data could be used to make better decisions, drive better operations, and run more
We help multi-unit operators mitigate food safety risk and increase operations efficiency. If you are using a paper based solution know that you can replace it with a digital solution for less cost.
Less than 20% of restaurant chains are reporting same store sales increases above and beyond menu price increases. The data shows that more often than not, delivery isn’t the problem. All the recent restaurant chain Chapter 11 filings are citing “operational issues” as a main contributing factor of their failure.
Here’s what we typically see when we start talking to potential clients:
One Size Fits All Processes
When in reality every location is different thus making each shift unique. A one size fits all system doesn't work because employees wind up missing crucial steps or wasting time on irrelevant tasks. This leads to inconsistent guest experiences and increased labor costs.
Static Job Aides
Employees are required to rely on memorizing all the information they learned in training. This is an unreasonable expectation, especially, in this fast paced industry with insanely high turnover. Employees are wasting time asking for help and/or flipping through content to find the information they need.
Operations and food safety compliance processes are ever evolving and dynamic. Most clients haven't updated these in years or decades because there isn't an efficient way to make changes and have them cascade through the chain. Outdated processes and procedures cause inconsistency and efficiency issues.
The Solution: A simple to use, easy to manage restaurant ops & food safety compliance process management solution that seamlessly provides a customized end user experience.
We will work with you to analyze your current processes and how they are implemented today. What systems are being used, where does all the data live and how is it accessed and acted upon.
We will work with you to update, optimize and customize your processes not just to your brand, but down to the exact location, shift, and team member.
By optimizing your processes you will reduce labor costs, run more consistent operations across all your locations thus creating great guest experiences every visit, generating repeat business.
The restaurant industry is ever evolving thus our processes and procedures are ever evolving. Nothing you start with today needs to, nor should it, be that way forever.
Best In Class Features
Custom Ops Processes
Brand Standards Evaluations
Dashboards & Insights
Notifications & Messaging
Bluetooth Probe Integration
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1.5 million+ Processes Managed
48 Million+ Tasks Completed
300k+ Food Safety Violations Remediated
In yesterday’s post, What is Operations Data. We discussed the importance of Operations Data (Ops Data) and how it could be used to make better decisions, drive better operations, and run
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I don’t anything about this “feud”, but found this blog from the Minnesota Pork Producer Council President on Minnesota Farm Living website very interesting.
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So you are collecting operations data every day, probably every shift, but what are you doing with it?
If you are like most operators you are filing it in a drawer
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Baselines are covered first. The SMART Pre-Shift Inspection Protocol captures data that is essential to operations and inspections (fridge temps, food temps, locations of sanitizing buckets…everything you need for CYA
The question is: Which data? What things should our “Moneyball scouts ” be looking at?
That’s where SMART Pre-Shift Inspection Protocols come into play.
With the SMART Pre-Shift Inspection Protocol, you can leverage your workforce