Traditionally, restaurants had their menus in paper/booklet form. In the early mobile revolution, some restaurants gave waiters a mobile with a custom app loaded in it for taking orders from customers.Customers will be able to browse the food menu and place their order which eventually gets posted in the kitchen display console. Continue reading →
In this modern era, information technology has developed so fast. Most of all types of transactions have been computerized. The advances in information technology make all kinds of transactions to be completed quickly and easily.
Raptor E Menu comes with an elegant and modern types.It is the singular wonderful restaurant ordering software that helps you teleport your menu from paper to screen. Booking and payment transactions will be easier, accurate, and paper usage for ordering food or drinks can be minimized. Continue reading →
One thing that must be owned by an entrepreneur is to understand how to manage business finances, but most entrepreneurs forget to do so, too focus on increasing business revenue. The importance of financial statements in the business should be supported by the knowledge entrepreneurs, because not everyone can make good financial reports.
Business Intelligence (BI) technologies provide historical, current and predictive views of business operations. BI can be used to support a wide range of business decisions ranging from operational to strategic. Basic operating decisions include product positioning or pricing. Strategic business decisions include priorities, goals and directions at the broadest level. In all cases, BI is most effective when it combines data derived from the market in which a company operates (external data) with data from company sources internal to the business such as financial and operations data (internal data). When combined, external and internal data can provide a more complete picture which, in effect, creates an “intelligence” that cannot be derived by any singular set of data.
Recent research indicates that 60 percent of merchants admit that their stores are lacking in a personalized customer experience, and 75 percent of merchants realize they lose customers due to wait-related issues.
Savvy merchants have realized that embracing technology, both at the front of the store and in the cash-office, is an ideal way to improve the overall store experience and address these pain points. Merchants can leverage self-service solutions to provide a value-added service within the store, while also implementing advanced currency, check and cash-drawer processing solutions to redirect employee time to more high-value customer interactions.
When companies take employees out of the equation, they’re essentially expecting the customer to take on a greater share of the work. And so the design of the technology matters a lot. Some self-service technologies can be delightful to use and others can be very challenging.
An example of one that’s often challenging is the self-service checkout. Stores are essentially asking customers who weren’t trained to do this work to take on the task. But then they added a bunch of sensors and fraud detection mechanisms that make the job more difficult than it would have been for an employee in the first place.
Promotion feature of Raptor POS makes it possible for promotional prices of selected menu items to be activated. Prices can be manual or automatically changed, not requiring an operator’s intervention.
You can create multiple promotions to be active in different time ranges or, if you wish, they can overlap (be simultaneously active). In the event of overlapping promotions and if they have common menu items – the higher priority will be used.
Too often, retailers hear, “You should use big data in your retail operation“, and immediately start analyzing data to figure out what lessons can be learned. Unfortunately, without a game plan in advance, this practice is more like searching for needles in haystacks.
Retailers should consider overall company strategy first before diving into the pool. Knowing what high-level goals are important to the team, how to use feedback from customers, and prioritizing data carefully will help business owners make the most of data, in an effective way.