All Blog Posts Tagged 'system' (8)


Operator
5 Profit Boosters Hidden in your Restaurant Point-of-Sale System!

Your restaurant point-of-sale system is one of the keys to your smooth running operation - helping to keep the orders flowing correctly and the cash coming in.  But are you overlooking some of the ways your POS Software could help you boost your restaurant's bottom line?   Here's 5 common features that many restaurant owners neglect - but that can make a real impact on your profit! 

1.  Marketing …

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Added by Duessa Holscher on September 11, 2012 at 9:37am — No Comments


Non-Operator
Hospitality Service Improvement - Create an Efficient Restaurant Tip-Out System



The "Tip-Out System" is a very important part of hospitality service improvement for many different reasons. Tips are the basic salary for most hospitality service employees, and must be divided with utmost respect and care. The staff's reputation, morale and income depend on a proper and fair tip-out system.

There are certain factors that must be taken into consideration, before deciding on a correct and fair tip- out system. The most important concept…

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Added by Richard Saporito on July 5, 2011 at 12:00pm — 2 Comments


Non-Operator
Restaurant Service and Waiter Training Tips

Restaurant Service Consulting, by definition, is a review or evaluation of the restaurant dining room service system. This means, "how the dining room runs" which includes all of the service tools provided (or to be provided) by the management.

These tools include readable floor diagrams, seating coordination, menu descriptions, properly done staff schedules, sidework postings and a whole host of other things.

 

There are two main aspects to the Restaurant Service Consulting…

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Added by Richard Saporito on March 20, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments


Non-Operator
Start with the basics, the business basics...

Independant operating restaurants are constantly surprising me with their business operations. I would be interested in doing a research profile on how many of my customers actually do a monthly inventory (weekly?), track their labor costs related to sales (revenue/labour hour), or even understand their margins item to item.



This is a common theme among restaurant dreamers.



"I know how to cook & I have alot of friends & my husband can operate the foh because he…

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Added by Joel Lazeski on September 17, 2010 at 11:33am — No Comments

Running Tabs could incur in new Visa Fees

Effective October 2009, Visa will implement a new fee called the Misuse of Authorization System Fee. In light of this new fee, we are advising F&B establishments (F&B) to evaluate their current procedures for running a tab.



Visa's Misuse of Authorization System Fee simply stated will be charged when a merchant obtains an approval code and doesn't use it. Visa will assess a $0.045 per occurrence.



With this new fee, F&B should research how their POS systems… Continue

Added by Ty Hardison on August 19, 2009 at 5:19am — No Comments

How do restaurant text pagers work?

SMS (short message service) pager system use cell phone rather than a radio pager to notify the guest when thier table is ready. Cell phones use short message service or 160 character bursts of information over the network or through email services. The advantage of SMS messaging is it transmits more consistantly… Continue

Added by Brandon Munson on July 31, 2009 at 4:00am — 1 Comment

Overwhelming Requests for Restaurants to Donate, Donate, Donate: Finally a Tracking System Worth Implementing.

Systems have been put in place at restaurants to make their everyday operations run smoothly, ones they often wondered what they ever did without. Systems that can make and track reservations, such as Open Table, have transformed the way a restaurant can run its business.



There is another piece of technology hitting restaurants promising to make their everyday operations more efficient while offering benefits such as good community relations, professionalism, and a tracking service… Continue

Added by Kaijsa Kurstin on July 23, 2009 at 9:30am — No Comments

Integrating valet service with the POS

We recently set up our system to include communication with the valet and I was wondering what others out there thought about this?...

By the server asking for the valet ticket when they return to the table to collect payment and entering the ticket # at the POS, the valet receives notification to retrieve the customers car.



With only a few extra touches at the POS terminal, the servers are moving the tables faster upon payment and the feedback from the customers has been… Continue

Added by Alliance POS on July 14, 2008 at 5:29pm — No Comments

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