Latest Industry News Regarding COVID-19 – Week of June 8th

Community,

Compeat is committed to doing everything we can to help you stay informed with everything happening in the industry today.

We have aggregated industry data, tips and strategies in one place for you here and are providing our weekly newsletter below that also includes Compeat updates. We are here to help restaurants thrive today and going forward.

Compeat Reminders

Are you changing your POS? Don’t forget to give the Compeat peeps at 3 week notice!

We are seeing more and more of our customers choosing to switch their point of sales system during this time. In order to help the transition go as smoothly and quickly as possibly please be aware of the following:

  • If you are planning on changing your POS reach out to support@compeat.com 3 weeks prior to your desired change date.
  • If at all possible, plan your go live date to a new POS on or near the first day of your payroll processing.
  • Often times you will need to make changes in your existing POS prior to switching to ensure the data points are consistent. Therefore, Compeat will need to also make adjustments via our development team to make sure everything aligns. A 3 week notice will give us time to make these changes.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to us. We are here to make sure the transition is seamless!

Compeat Coffee Chats – Advantage and Radar

As a result of the current COVID-19 crisis we know many of our customers are taking over responsibilities of other employees and may be unsure on how to do certain tasks in Compeat software. We also know all of our customers are craving a platform to discuss best practices and alternative operating strategies like some of the ones we’ve featured in this newsletter. If you’re a Compeat customers, sign up for the product webinar you use today. Space is limited!

 

Advantage - June 16th at 10:00 CT

 

 

 

 

Radar - June 16th at 11:30 CT
 

Alternative Operation Strategies

Reopening 101 for restaurants – divide customers into three  main groups

As states begin to lessen restrictions, restaurants are grappling with their local and individual circumstances to determine a reopening strategy. Some are seating in dining rooms, albeit with lessened capacities. Others are allowing guests to dine in outdoor and patio spaces only. Still others aren’t seating at all, but instead continuing only with curbside and delivery efforts…

Chef Daniel Boulud embraces off-premises

Acclaimed chef and multiconcept restaurateur Daniel Boulud was among those who shuttered his businesses when dine-in bans swept the Big Apple. But after two months, the chef and his team are back in action with a completely new concept, Daniel Boulud Kitchen, which is challenging the notion that fine dining does not travel well. In late May, the off-premises-only operation began bringing the dishes of Restaurant DANIEL to New Yorkers’ own homes…

Heads of Wow Bao and Taziki’s Meditteranean Cafe plot strategies for growth

If anything good can be said to have come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s the way that people learned to adapt to new situations. In the restaurant industry, that has meant firming up strategies for success as the economy opens up again. The heads of two concepts, 12-unit Wow Bao based in Chicago and 93-unit Taziki’s Mediterranean Café based in Birmingham, Ala., discussed those strategies…

 

Restaurant Industry Insights


 

 

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Four Trends of Post COVID-19 Restaurant Operations

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Restaurants Doing Good 

Restaurant chains make donations and vow to make changes

As protests spread around the country this week, restaurant chains have expressed support for Black Lives Matter and donated to local and national organizations that support African Americans—while vowing to take steps to make improvements in their own organizations…

Sweetgreen opens first Denver restaurant and is donating to frontline heros

Compeat customer Sweetgreen has arrived in the Centennial State, and, considering Coloradans’ propensity for healthier lifestyles and the state’s reputation as a breeding ground for fast casual concepts, it’s about time. Sweetgreen CEO announced yesterday that for every meal sold they will be donating a meal to a frontline hero at St Joseph Hospital and Denver Health…

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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