When it comes to restaurant data, most operators record and track basic sales data, such as tickets, ticket size, tips, and nightly totals for food and beverage. They may be doing this manually, or directly through their point of sale (POS) system. Your average restaurant then takes this basic sales data, copies it into spreadsheets, and hands it over to their accountant to calculate critical financial performance metrics. The accountant then issues periodic reports that allow the restaurant owner to retrospectively know how he did for the past period. Sound familiar? Clearly, this is a state of affairs ripe for positive disruption by next-generation technology.
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