Automated 60 Second Digest for Every Day of the Week
The Daily Digest is a powerful daily email with only the most vital information about your business, such as:
- Labor costs
- Menu performance
- Notes from managers
- Server performance: number of covers, average turn time, and average ticket amount
Before even heading into the restaurant, you’ll have the opportunity to see the numbers behind things like:
- How much money the restaurant brought in
- How manyvoids/compsand covers you had
- What the average turn time was for your servers
Start your day with a 60-second brief covering the most critical information about what happened during the previous day. By arming yourself with insights based on real data—supplemented by feedback from your in-house staff—you’ll feel confident when it comes to making business decisions.
Customizable Insights from Your Staff: All in One Place
Robots won’t take over the world quiteyet—even the best data analysis software tool cannotcompletelyreplace human insight. Knowing this, wealsooffer the option for your staff to log their own feedback and summaries regarding how the day went, included in your Daily Digest email. If you’re looking for particular types of feedback after each day, you’ll be glad to know that you can customize ourLogbookfeature with your own end of day checklists and questions.
The crazy thing? Our fun and easy-to-use interface encourages staff to enjoy the process!
Collaborate with Location Managers
If you run a multi-location restaurant group, you’ve already come to terms with the fact that it’s physically impossible to be everywhere at once. With this in mind, you’ll want to empower your most trusted staff with access to the actionable data sent each day via Daily Digest. The good news? It’s not hard to do and you hold complete control. Set permissions for what each location manager see. Each person can enter their own feedback: shareable to any relevant members of your management team.
The end result? The opportunity to learn from your entire team—without drowning in a sea of emails, texts or endless meetings.