As restaurant tech adoption explodes, there must be a parallel improvement in how restaurants collect, analyze, visualize, and use the data all of those platforms produce. There’s the additional need to ensure not just access, but contextualized access, for everyone across a restaurant company, especially store-level managers.
Making this change demands a solution designed with the best data management practices as well as the unique needs of the restaurant industry in mind. Chief among them is the need for companies to convey critical information that can seriously impact the bottom line to individuals who may not have the technical savvy to work with vast spreadsheets or use specialized data tools.
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The ability to create prof- it-driving metrics, such as hourly KPIs, that can be measured and monitored by various criteria, including restaurant location and time period, is an opportunity to break down and assess a restaurant business in a new way that can drive growth on a granular level....