How quick is your QSR?

A QSR serves fast food. The emphasis is on fast. The speed of service is what brings in customers and generates volumes. At low margins, that are typical of QSRs, volumes are critical for revenues and profits.

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Why does any
restaurant need data

Analytics is the science of understanding the relationship between dimensions (example – one or more of time period, menu items sold, wait staff, etc) and measures (example – one or more of covers sold, portions served, revenue earned, etc.)

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6 reasons why
restaurants are going
completely cashless

Across the world, more and more F&B outlets are going completely cashless. What’s driving this trend? We take a look at some of the key factors leading to this transformation, with international examples, and quotes from industry experts. A quick 3-4minute read.

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Use a Diner Database to
recognise and wow your
repeat diners.

Seated dining restaurants, more often than not, ask guests for a mobile number when making a table reservation or when seating a walk-in diner. This number represents an unprecedented opportunity to identify a repeat diner during his or her next visit.

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