Thanks to COVID, telecommuters have been forced to adapt to a surreal new reality: educating our kids from home while trying to get our own work done. Americans are universally struggling to share work/school space with their young children, and nobody is going great right now. But it’s not all bad news. In fact, there are some surprising upsides. Read on for a look at the most surprising things about homeschooling while working from home.
You don’t have time for errors or constant checks between the front and back of the house, and you need a convenient way to track and organize orders. Kitchen printers can dramatically improve the accuracy of orders, making customers happy, and by popping up immediately in a place where cooks can see and hear the tickets coming in, they can help you turn your tables around faster and increase your revenue.
For many restaurants, adding the option of online delivery may be something they’ve either been casually considering or maybe just started to implement as an experience. However, with the recent sudden health crisis that COVID-19 has brought, being able to stay open for deliveries has become almost a necessity for many businesses. The good news is, even if you’re starting from scratch, it can be a relatively simple process.
Do you know how to calculate your restaurant’s food costs? Learn the formula for determining your food costs, and then learn how you can use that knowledge to boost your profitability.
As a restaurant or retail business owner, pairing with one ore more of these companies can potentially bring in a boon of new revenue. However, with so many choices, are certain services better than others? Let’s take a look at what separates some of the more popular third-party delivery services in the industry, and hopefully, you can decide which one, if any, makes the most sense for your company.
Why You Should Consider A Self-Ordering Kiosk For Your Restaurant (Plus The 5 Best Kiosk POS Systems & How You Can Afford Them)
Restaurants can use self-ordering systems — or kiosk POS software — to run their businesses more efficiently. See whether a kiosk POS is right for your eatery, discover the best options, and learn how you can afford the investment.
The Best Free Point Of Sale Software For Small Business: 6 Free POS Systems With Everything You Need
Can a free POS system really cut it for small businesses? Check out our run-down of the best free point of sale apps, their limitations, and their advantages, to find one that works for you!
Total Touch POS is a relative newcomer to the point of sale scene. Its Windows-based system offers everything that most small to mid-sized restaurants could need but it’s not a perfect system and has limited integrations. Still, there are some high points.
What will go down as the societal advancement of the 2010s? Will it be groundbreaking cancer treatments? Leaps in virtual reality technology? The onset of self-driving cars? It’s too early to tell, but I’m going to put some early money on the revolution known as online ordering. Because who needs life-extending medical advancements if it […]
NCR Aloha has an excellent ordering system and an interface that anyone with experience in the restaurant industry will find to be intuitive. It’s a one-stop-shop product with strong inventory management, employee management, loyalty, and eCommerce options. Now for the downside. Aloha POS system pricing is difficult to pin down, even when you’ve given it some specifics about your business.