The pandemic didn’t do the industry any favors, but it forced restaurants to look more closely at the information they collect and apply to their operations.
If you don’t know what your inventory is, you don’t know what your margins are, and you don’t know what you’re making, you’re dead in the water.
As the country moves closer to life post-COVID, questions remain for an industry that has been put through the wringer.
With reopening on the horizon for more restaurants, cleaning is more important than ever. POS terminals are one of the most frequently used pieces of restaurant equipment, and touchscreens especially can harbor foodborne germs from employees failing to take off their gloves when switching from prep work to using the cash register. PCAP, which stands
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Before COVID-19, employee training on well established standards for cleaning, cooking, hygiene, separation, and monitoring was the bedrock for food safety in the fast casual business. Proper employee supervision and management can mitigate cases of Norovirus, Salmonella, and E. coli. With the coronavirus, however, measures to mitigate contact with other humans are crucial as well.
In PAR Technology’s 2020 Trends Report, delivery was identified as one of the ways consumers now expect to receive their food. Now, with COVID-19 making it one of the few options remaining in many states, delivery services are trying to find ways to reassure restaurants and consumers that delivery is a safe option. Over the
With restaurants taking all the precautions they can to avoid the spread of COVID-19, it is essential to follow the best practices listed below for handling consumer checkouts. For PAR Pay customers, Aurus published this document with guidelines on hygiene best practices, information on contactless capabilities, and instructions for sanitizing payment devices. Here is a
With 88% of the United States now mandating that restaurants switch to delivery or takeout only, more restaurants are expanding their on-premise mobile ordering options to meet the COVID-19 mandates of each state. On-premise mobile ordering is a contactless way to enable ordering and payment right from your customers’ smartphones whether they sit in their cars or
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has already paralyzed our daily lives. As people are re-adjusting their lifestyle from buying daily essentials in-store to shopping online, businesses are also re-calibrating their processes to this changing consumer behavior. In the QSR industry, as more people choose to stay home, increase social distancing, carryout and request delivery, it means
APPLY FOR THE PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM TODAY – funds are available, but limited. Read below to find out more. President Donald Trump recently signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law, making more than $2.2 trillion available to help American businesses, employees, and their families. Restaurant owners who have been impacted
Generating QR codes is an easy way to transform your parking lot into a revenue-generating drive-in using low cost signage with no additional hardware required. This gives your guests a convenient, contactless method to order, pay and pick up their food from the safety of their automobiles, and it’s easy for restaurants to set up,