Now, not even the sky’s the limit for restaurant operators on Decision Logic’s Web-based back office software suite. The company is making it possible for users to take full advantage of enterprise software with two of the most in-demand platforms: Apple iPad mobile computing and the cloud environment. A number of franchise groups are already taking advantage of this next generation enterprise application and virtual computing environment.
“Our clients want every advantage in their businesses. Technology makes that possible,” says Jim Barber, chief technology officer at Decision Logic. “With our iPad integration, they gain the ease of use and immediacy of this industry-leading mobile device to access critical performance data and reports. At the same time, they gain the security, high availability, and affordability of the cloud’s virtual environment.”
This combination of mobile and cloud computing is highly desirable for Decision Logic’s client base of multirestaurant, multiconcept operators. The software enables them to access in-depth reporting on sales, costs, and menu-mix trends when—and where—it’s most convenient to them.
The Managed Private Cloud platform was also launched earlier this year and is being adopted by a number of Decision Logic clients. With it, the company not only offers its enterprise software, but also allows clients to move their full line of business to the platform. So they’re able to take advantage of the efficiencies, enhanced performance, automated back-up, and scalability of the virtual environment, in a managed setting that ensures security of their data and applications, as well as laying the foundation of remotely supporting restaurants while being in compliance with government regulations regarding the security of customer credit card data, all for a manageable monthly fee.
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