Today there are some amazing companies and apps that have transformed life and culture. If you’re a restaurant owner in a metropolitan area, there’s a good chance that some of your patrons arrived at your restaurant in an Uber car. If you need help placing orders with suppliers, you could set up an account with Orderly. These examples can and hopefully will be applied to your business. So let’s get to the list.
Measuring the performance of your staff is one of the hardest parts of running a restaurant, but hard data can make it a lot easier. With the technology available today, you are missing out if you're not gathering information from each transaction being made. Adopting technology, such as mobile payments, is a huge first step to easy data gathering.
All around us we see payment technology booming. If you’re a restaurant that has yet to adopt this payment system as part of your business model, you might still be reluctant to take the leap. It’s just another thing to install into your daily operations system and to train your staff on. Who's got time for that?
Peace of mind equals peace of wallet. That's what they say. The restaurant industry dates back to 18th century France. That’s a long time to test the waters of discovery into what people seek from a dining experience. One rule has stood the test of time – great service equals happy customers, and happy customers bring in dollars.
The difference between good and great restaurants are how they manage their time, resources, and customers. Managers of great restaurants know that diners in today's fast-paced world are looking for more than just delicious food. Time is one of the most precious resources and saving just one minute with every order that's made means you can provide for more customers, resulting in a boost of revenue.