FOR BUSINESSES BY PEOPLE WHO KNOW YOUR INDUSTRY
We want you to grow your business; that means attracting great customers, reducing overheads, managing inventory and applying good governance. McKinsey research shows that companies have lofty ambitions: they expect digital initiatives to deliver annual growth and cost efficiencies of 5 to 10 percent or more in the next three to five years. Furthermore, McKinsey has suggested success for enterprises depends on the ability to invest in relevant digital capabilities that are well aligned with strategy—and to do so at scale. As such, two totally scalable digital solutions have been developed that will grow your enterprise with very little disruption to what you are already doing - an inventory management tool and a food safety tool.
The Inventory Management Solution
Inventory is one of the top three biggest costs for any foodservice business. With increasing costs and decreasing consumer spends, a key to success is to manage your inventory efficiently.
An efficiently integrated system will take the hard work out of the manual inventory management process most foodservice and beverage related business still undertake. Frankly, the system is acutely more accurate too. The integrated supplier management system gives you the freedom to manage your ingredients costs by ordering your supplies online, managing inventory levels and your par levels through seamless integration with your suppliers. The system supports multiple locations when you have a centralised administration function to manage decentralised business models.
With the inventory management application, you can manage the right levels of inventory, order your supplies in a time that suits you and all the while ensuring no sales are lost and stock is not wasted. It is a simple tool to maximise your profitability.
Who doesn’t want one of these?
Food Safety Optimisation and Automation
In Australia, 1.3 Million cases of food safety issues are reported every year due to poor food handling and storage. This costs, in Victoria alone, $400 million annually and in 2010, 24 businesses were successfully prosecuted for non-compliance with the food safety act.
Food and beverage businesses generally don’t comply with the act, not because they don’t want to, but because of their lack of understanding of the complexity of the food safety act. Non-compliance is exacerbated by their lack of time and resources. Based on interviews with food business owners, we found that staff spend between one to four hours each day trying to fully comply with the food safety requirements.
The easy to use and mobile friendly application drastically reduces the time spent to meet the food safety requirements while vastly improving food safety compliance.