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11/01/2019


Designing the “PERFECT” Online Menu

This article was written by Jason Hollis, Training & Implementation Lead for Compeat, for Hospitality Technology Your menu, by definition, is the list of dishes available at a restaurant. But a menu is far more important to your business than that. … Continued

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10/29/2019


Whetting Your Firm’s FP&A Appetite

This podcast originally appeared on CFO Thought Leader. Jack Sweeny, host and creator of CFO Thought Leader, sat down with Paul Willson, CFO of Compeat, to discuss his career journey and what lead him into the restaurant sector. In the … Continued

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10/16/2019


A Closer Look At What Generation Drinks Z – Part II

Written by Lisa B. Zimmerman for Forbes Magazine Generation Z loves to Instagram. Move over millennials, it is Generation Z’s time in the spotlight now. This demographic, which is roughly 9- to 23-years old, is going to be important for smart food and drinks marketers … Continued

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10/15/2019


A Closer Look At What Generation Z Is Drinking – Part 1

Written by Lisa B. Zimmerman for Forbes Magazine With all the recent focus on millennials, many drinks marketers have been ignoring the influential Generation Z. This generation was primarily born from 1995 to 2010 and has grown up on the Internet. … Continued

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10/10/2019


5 Pizza Menu Money-Making Musts

Written by Jason Hollis, Training & Implementation Team Lead at Compeat, for Pizza Marketplace Just by definition, your pizza brand’s menu is simply a list of the dishes available. But that’s really selling the power potential of your menu short since it … Continued

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09/24/2019


Six Ways to Succeed in the Sober Curious Movement

This article was written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat, for FSR. The sober curious movement is gaining popularity throughout many countries of the world. Unlike the days when the term “sobriety” was connected to the stigma of addiction or … Continued

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09/18/2019


How Compeat’s Team of Restaurant Peeps and Technology Geeks Serves Restaurants Around America

This article was written by Kelly O’Halloran for Built in Austin At Compeat, employees don’t have to ask for help — the help comes to them. Take, for instance, Clint Blaylock’s team, who is building out the restaurant management system’s new payment … Continued

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09/16/2019


Why Special Menus Aren’t a One-Size-Fits-All Approach

This article was written by Nicole Duncan for FSR Magazine In every restaurant, there exists a tug-and-pull relationship between back-of-house innovation and front-of-house appeal. Inspired chefs wish to flex their culinary muscles while guests crave a certain degree of consistency … Continued

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How to Proactively Prepare Your Business for a Potential Recession

This article was written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat for NYC Hospitality Alliance This healthy economy has consumers feeling better about their finances and consumer spending is up in US households, which makes sense based on the Bureau of … Continued

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09/10/2019


Automated Bill Pay a Boon for Restaurants

This article originally appeared on The Green Sheet Online Edition Compeat Inc., a provider of restaurant software and integrated business management solutions, added Compeat Pay to Compeat Advantage, its restaurant accounting platform. Designed to help restaurant owners and managers reduce costs and improve efficiencies, the … Continued

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08/13/2019


4 Ways to Achieve Profitability Without Disrupting Quality of Service

This article was written by Dori Salisbury, SVP of Operations at Compeat, for Restaurant Dive. If you have been struggling to improve your restaurant’s bottom line but don’t know exactly how to achieve that goal, it’s very possible that you … Continued

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08/12/2019


10 Ways to Reduce Employee Fraud

This article was written by Serena Greer, Customer Enablement Manager at Compeat, for Hospitality Technology.  If you feel that you are losing money or inventory and cannot figure out why, theft could be the issue.  According to the US Chamber of Commerce, … Continued

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