In The News

March 13, 2019

St. Patrick’s Day Has Restaurant Operators Seeing Green

Written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat, for Total Food Service.

St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, and there is nothing more popular on the rowdiest of holidays than for people to go out and celebrate with others.  You do not want to miss out on this huge opportunity to get people in your doors.


March 8, 2019

Compeat CMO, Kristi Turner, Named 2019 Top Women in Restaurant Technology Award Winner for Lifetime Achievement

Compeat, the most comprehensive all-in-one integrated restaurant accounting, back office, workforce and intelligence management software is proud to announce that Chief Marketing Officer, Kristi Turner, has been named as an award recipient for Hospitality Technology (HT) magazine’s 2019 Top Women … Continued


March 6, 2019

9 Scheduling Strategies to Increase Profitability

Written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat, for Food Newfeed Winning the labor war Second to food costs, labor is the second largest cost for restauranteurs. Depending on a restaurant’s concept, labor costs can run as low as 25 percent or … Continued


March 5, 2019

Diversity Is The Key Ingredient In Our Secret Sauce

For a culture that inspires people to do their best work Written by Carol Dunnigan, SVP of People & Culture at Compeat, for Plenty of evidence supports that a diverse workforce is good for business. Research by McKinsey, Gallup … Continued


February 14, 2019

6 Keys for Retaining Employees Through Better Scheduling

Written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat, for Restaurant Dive. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the national unemployment rate is at its lowest rate in a decade at 4%, but the hospitality industry’s current turnover rate remains high at 73%. There are many … Continued


February 13, 2019

Recession-Proof Your Restaurant by Making it a Millennial Hot Spot

Written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat, for QSR Magazine Regardless of where the economy heads in the short or long term, diversifying your audience reach by attracting more millennial customers can be a boom to any restaurant business.   … Continued


February 7, 2019

Getting a Fresh Set of Eyes on Your Business

Jaime Oikle of Running Restaurants sat down with Compeat CEO, Jeff Stone, as part of his podcast series that shares tips, tools, and techniques you need to make your restaurant more profitable and successful. In this informative interview session, the … Continued


February 4, 2019

Compeat CEO, Customers, Partners Named NRN Reader Picks of 2019

Each year Nation’s Restaurant News asked their readers who they see as leader’s in the restaurant industry.  The response includes CEOs, CMOs, founders, consultants, legal experts, and more from companies large and small that are influencing our industry. Compeat is … Continued


January 30, 2019

Advantages of a diverse leadership team – at Compeat

Written by Julie Mitchell for DiversityQ Diverse leadership attracts top talent and boosts business Jeff Stone, CEO of Compeat, a leading US restaurant management software company, reveals how having an equal mix of men and women in the boardroom leads … Continued


January 29, 2019

Seven Reasons Mobile Back Office Tech is a Must-Have for Restaurants

Written by Kathy Wirt, SVP of Product Management of Compeat, for Modern Restaurant Management Mobile technology has permeated nearly every aspect of our lives. We’re connected at work, at home, on vacation, while we sleep and even when we eat. … Continued


January 23, 2019

Super Bowl, super profits

Written by Kristi Turner, CMO of Compeat for Food Newsfeed The Super Bowl is right around the corner. If you want to get in on the biggest game of the year, now is the time to put your game plan … Continued


January 7, 2019

10 Ways to Prepare Your Restaurant for a Potential Recession

Written by Kerry Carney, CFO of Compeat for Fast Casual Economic times are good right now. According to Trading Economics, consumer spending reached an all-time high this fall, which makes sense based on CNN’s report that unemployment fell to 3.7 percent in the … Continued