With the Supreme Court upholding the Affordable Care Act today the restaurant industry is still looking for some changes to be made as their situation is very different than most
Identify & Remediate Issues Before
They Affect Customers
Avoid Multi Million Dollar Mistakes
You make data driven decisions every day. Often times these decisions are being made using incomplete or inaccurate data which can cost you millions.
OpsAnalitica fills that data gap for you.
Enable Manager Efficiency
Managers add value when they are interacting with guests and coaching employees. Make sure they have all the data they need to effectively manage and let OpsAnalitica do the rest.Learn More
Check out our Free COVID Resources
We have created processes to help during the pandemic: Employee Health Screening,
Location Risk Assessment, Drive Thru/Curbside Assessment and more.
Implement Scheduled Sanitization
Sanitizing is the new normal to protect your employees and customers. Also showing
your customers that you are sanitizing is more important than ever so your
customers need to feel comfortable doing business with you again.
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.
Restaurant operators and managers have always used data to make decisions and drive their operations forward. Some of these decisions can have multi million dollar consequences (see Chipotle’s $25 million settlement). Typical data sources are: sales, food cost, labor cost, customer reviews, which are all lagging indicators. Daily operations data is usually “collected” on paper and if it is actually documented it’s pencil whipped, hence making the data unavailable or useless at best.
Here’s what we typically see when talking with restaurant operators:
Lack of Visibility & Accountability
Above store leaders and management struggle with knowing that not all of their processes are being followed every day, every shift because they aren't there. They know that food safety logs are being pencil whipped. Most customer satisfaction issues are avoidable with proper execution.
Processes Managed On Paper
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. Data is unavailable, corrective actions are not implemented nor managed, leaving customers vulnerable.
Multi-million dollar decisions are being made using inaccurate and/or incomplete data sets. Above store leaders are guessing or, worse yet, have a false sense of security when making operational decisions for their chain. Most data being used are lagging indicators of past operational performance where the damage has already been done.
The Solution: A simple to use, easy to manage restaurant ops & food safety compliance process management solution that allows you to identify and remediate issues before they affect customers.
Best In Class Features
Custom Ops Processes
Brand Standards Evaluations
Dashboards & Insights
Notifications & Messaging
Bluetooth Probe Integration
Want to see these features in action? Register for a live demo!
1.5 million+ Processes Managed
48 Million+ Tasks Completed
300K+ FOOD SAFETY VIOLATIONS REMEDIATED
Here locally in St. Louis, like many other cities in the country, the discussions around the minimum wage increase to $15/hr have been going back and forth for some time
NRN.com posted an article highlighting early results from a survey currently being conducted by Technomic out of Chicago. The survey focuses on how certain restaurant brands are performing as it
It’s interesting what you notice when you are out eating or having a drink with friends or at Disneyland with the family. I took my kids to Disneyland for the
On the OpsAnalitica blog, we have written about this trend of local news stations reporting on restaurant’s health inspection scores. It makes sense for the news stations to do these
Thank you for following this blog series on restaurant operations, data, and reporting. In Tuesday’s post, we discussed BOH data collection and what items you could be tracking that could
Yesterday we explored the importance of operations data, different ways to capture operations data, and where it could be used to make better decisions. If you didn’t see, yesterday’s blog post
This week we are going to be doing a deep dive into restaurant operations, data, and reporting in the industry. We are going to be exploring areas of the restaurant
CBS News posted an article today “How much will minimum wage hikes hurt restaurants?”. They site a Moody’s Investor Services study that took a look at the effect on the
I caught this on the Missouri Restaurant Association website.
The National Restaurant Association and Deloitte are looking for participants in the Restaurant Industry Operations Survey. By completing the survey you will