Answered September 23 2019
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Oil & Gas
Here are the eight ways to avoid the most common kitchen toxins that plague restaurants, both large and small. Simple step can have huge benefits.
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Food Code serves as a robust guide to the best practices within the industry, when it comes to food safety.
Choose the right restaurant booth by considering the type of customer you serve, the décor of your restaurant, and the space you have available
Improving customer experience at your restaurant involves a combination of technology, customer service, and reliability.
The type of lighting you choose for your restaurant depends on energy efficiency, installation costs, and the atmosphere you want to create.
Reduce your customers’ wait time by understanding their experience from start to finish and taking advantage of new technologies.
Today’s restaurants are not the restaurants of even ten years ago. Technology, advances and the industry itself have all changed dramatically.
Optimally utilizing the raw materials would help your restaurant manage its resources better, keep the costs down, and become operationally lean.
Restaurant analytics and data for your operations can be found in the restaurant management software and systems you use to run your business.
Trending technologies in the restaurant industry today include point of service kiosks, online ordering, and computerized maintenance management systems
For the restaurant that’s pushing the boundaries, here are ten different ways that you can use the Internet of Things and sensors.
Restaurant maintenance issues, often hidden, are critical to creating all of those positive customer experiences. A CMMS can streamline repairs and more.
Your best bet to prolong your retaurant equipment’s lifespan is by having routine inspections, calibration, lubrication, and cleaning of equipment.