While spreadsheets and notebooks are helpful, they make for a tedious, time-consuming process that’s prone to errors. Automating the food costing process with specialized software is the way to go. It simplifies the overly complicated process to offer deep insights that lower your overheads and maximize profits. Dig in to learn more about the benefits of automating your food costing process with specialized software.
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Top Five Challenges Facing the Restaurant Supply Chain in 2022
Besides the labor shortages, restaurants are grappling with a massive product shortage occasioned by a global supply chain interruption. The pandemic may have exposed the soft underbelly of the worldwide shipping industry. And the supply chain issues are expected to spill over into 2022 and beyond. Dig in as we explore restaurant supply chains and the challenges you’re likely to encounter in 2022.
How Partnering With a GPO (Really) Saves You $$
Partnering with a GPO can help you get competitive pricing on supplies for your restaurant such that its profitability increases and its purchasing process becomes more streamlined. Knowing that you are getting the best prices with minimal time and effort will enable you to channel your energy into other facets of running your restaurant. In this post, we’ll outline the different ways partnering with a GPO can help you save money.
No Restaurant is Too Small to Benefit From Partnering With a GPO
If you are not familiar with GPOs, you may be wondering what they are and how they can beneﬁt restaurant owners. If your restaurant is currently not part of a GPO, keep reading to learn about just a few of the beneﬁts joining one could provide you with.
Procurement vs Ordering
A restaurant’s order history is a “treasure island”. There are a lot of potential savings opportunities that can be found there, but without procurement, there is no map.
Is All Restaurant Management Software Bad?
In our numerous conversations with restaurant operators who have implemented Back-Of-House systems, we have learned that even though systems are in place, not all features end up being used, and so operational efficiencies are hardly realized. Is all Restaurant Management Software bad?