Restaurant365 Unveils Recovery Toolkit

Restaurant365, a leading all-in-one restaurant management platform, today announced an additional set of tools designed to stimulate restaurant recovery. Restaurant365’s new features address the key areas currently facing restaurants: re-hiring, staffing, customer safety, delivery and profitability.

“As we listen to customers, their stories of perseverance continue to inspire us,” says Tony Smith, co-founder and chief executive officer of Restaurant365. “Now more than ever, we’re taking their feedback and quickly turning it into product functionality that will directly aid in their recovery.”

Restaurant365 fast tracked these enhancements specifically to help restaurants emerge successfully from the COVID-19 health crisis:

The Profitability Report analyzes which restaurant locations will maintain profitability, break even, or lose money based on their trending sales and expenses.

Order Mode Profitability Dashboard reports profitability by service type and delivery provider (e.g. DoorDash vs. Uber Eats). Users can see a clear view of on-premise and off-premise performance and can drill down to the menu item level to see their most and least profitable menu items by segment.

Smart Labor optimizes labor by creating custom labor models. Operators see pre-populated, intelligent labor recommendations for each hour directly on the scheduler.

Health and Sanitation Checklist helps restaurants prepare for reopening. Users now have access to an editable manager log task list with daily activities that promote health and sanitation.

Hire helps operators ramp up hiring as they reopen. Built for restaurants, it provides easy-to-use templates, posts to multiple job sites, and facilitates screening and onboarding forms.

Essentials for a smart restaurant recovery are available at Restaurant365’s Recovery Resource Center. Additional information on Restaurant365 is available at www.restaurant365.com.

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