Are you sick and tired of your restaurant’s bottom line? Let’s change that.
The generation that is currently pouring into the workforce, known as The Millennials, have proven to require different forms of training and motivation than their predecessors.
Use this infographic as a quick guide to how a cloud-based POS system can manage everything for your business under one umbrella.
As any restaurant operator knows, the Point-of-Sale (POS) system is the lifeblood of success. And, an old, outdated and slow system affects not only staff but the way that customers view the business.
If you are in the restaurant business, you have seen extreme highs and lows. Amongst the highs, the lows seem to occur more frequently, resulting in loss of revenue. Don’t lock up the doors just yet. You can turn things around for your restaurant and your bank account.
Just as wine lists and food are typically offered on separate menus, CorkGuru is an iPad application dedicated to wine. Web-based, it also knows your restaurant’s inventory and removes depleted stocks from the list, making sure that guests only see what you can provide. Naturally, customers can peruse by categories of varietal, vineyard and price. They can also drill down to an individual wine’s tasting notes and potential food pairings. Sommeliers can accurately track sales and better tailor purchases to demand. Low-stock alerts prevent disappointments.
Contrary to popular belief, online ordering goes all the way back to the dawn of consumer Internet access. Pizza Hut launched its PizzaNet hub in 1994. Today, not only does the chain invite customers to order up pies via Android, iPad, iPhone and Windows Phone; you can summon delivery from your Xbox 360.