Maximize store and staff efficiencies using inexpensive technology that provides significant returns. Here’s a reality check for your kitchen: paper-based checklists could be costing your organization thousands of dollars annually, per store.In fact, according to industry analysts at IDC, a paper-based workflow at enterprises with 1,000 workers actually costs $48,000 per week. If you could cut those costs, it would be like printing money.
Amazingly, restaurants can do just that, thanks to modern technology.
Yet many owners and operators still believe a conversion from manual and paper-based processes (like line and safety checks) to a high-tech approach is just a one-to-one conversion in time and money, when in fact the shift adds value.
But how does it work in practice?
In this paper, we’ll explore five best practices for using checklist technology to manage your store – or your entire operation – smarter, better, and more profitably.
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